Breathe was originally a site specific work made from recycled materials. It set out to challenge traditional forms in sculpture that are permanent in nature with ones that are temporary and ethereal, reflecting the cycle of life. Through an interaction with the work the viewer becomes part of, a direct physical experience that becomes part of that time and place. It is in its relationship with a viewer that all of my work takes on a new life.

Breathe, 2015
Hen Fest, Wimbourne & Purbeck Folk Festival 2015
installation of found objects at festival