As a representational artist, I have always been interested in depicting the everyday with a subtle psychological charge. Recently, in an attempt to better understand my own neuroses, I have been shifting my practice in a new direction, one that explores the physical presence of psychological states of mind: the relationships between mind, matter and its manifestation in the world around us.

Through research into the psychology of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, hoarding, quantum science, and eastern philosophy, I have begun to question what our physical reality is made of and how it comes to appear as it does. By investigating the various approaches we have taken to define our existence, I am seeing the relationship between the mind and our physical environment in new ways.