Being creative is a response and an act, an inescapable part of being human. It is the range of responses and acts that sets us apart and makes us so interesting.
My creativity is a response to an ongoing internal dialogue which seeks to unify the intellect with the senses and so create work that synthesises and offers a new way to perceive and analyse the world. This year my works have revolved around my daily journey on a particular beach in north-eastern Tasmania; remote, pristine, ferocious, transient yet delicate. Much like the life of the beach walker.