My current body of work has been inspired by my memories and experiences of the Pembrokeshire coast. The dramatic rock formations tell the story of a geological timeline, moulded by the forces of nature they seem to be poised in time, a monument to survival, but vulnerable to change. Their monumental weight and scale overawe, whilst the vistas and heights they afford make us feel empowered, and in this way they encompass both our aspirations and our vulnerability.
The act if creating these works attempts to mimic the action of nature, as the rocks are folded, shifted and eaten away by the sea. The coastline symbolises the fine line of our existence, and how it is shaped by external forces.