My work explores form and shape by experimenting with different materials and pushing their boundaries, letting the materials take their own shape to start, and then manipulating it as it takes form. The work is sculptural yet practical, taking the mundane out of everyday life and giving it a breath of fresh air with colour, texture and abstract shape. Inspiration comes from the defining angles of geometric shapes, architectural structures and also the natural curves of the female body, and how the two fit together. Bodies walking through cityscapes, tractors working on farms - the irony of the natural and the manufactured co-existing together in the world. I enjoy letting my work test my patience and sanity, in turn my work is teaching me to be more patient, but probably not more sane.