I trained as a painter and now use moving image, working with it as a painterly medium. I also work with sound, using field recordings to produce constructed sound pieces which I provisionally call sonic drawings. Water is always present in my work. I am particularly interested in site, data and sensation. I regularly screen my work in the UK and beyond. Sometimes I curate group shows, around themes that are important to my own work. I also write, always seeking to undermine my own capacity for romanticism. I am the recipient of the Bath Spa University Research Centre for Environmental Humanities inaugural PhD Studentship – practice-led research (2016-2019).