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Liverpool, United Kingdom
My work has developed a lot over the 3 years I've studied for my degree. It has evolved into a body of work that deals with the human form as an environment. I've mapped and explored my own body inside and out in many ways through print, drawing and various media as a type of research to address self identity

Saturday, 10 January 2009


I used a blog for my last core project, but I would like this one to be a general blog for all my ideas and experiences including my core body of work aswell as my print elective, along with thoughts on my art history assignments...

Started writing some ideas for this term project. I've really enjoyed lookiing into surfaces, stains and accidental patterns and forms, but I've always felt a lack of connection to the work. I didnt want to totally abandon some of the themes I was working with last term. I feel im the type of person who really wants a strong feeling of myself in my work.

In my ideas ive been considering somehow incorportating my own image or my own body into my work, I do love figuritive work but I tend to lean towards figuritive work with a twist, Such as Sara Lucas's photography work. I still would like to keep my interest in surfaces within my work, especially when it comes to my print elective work as I find these ideas transfer well into that area.

This time I want to look into my own body and its identity within the urban environment. I’m going to asks questions about “fitting in” and having a “sense of place”

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Welcome to my blog! :)

This page is primarily a documentation of my art work I create. I'm a BA Fine Art, Mixed Media Student currently in my final year of my degree.

My work deals with ideas of the fragility of the human condition and often consists of images of my own body. I tend to work with materials that reflect the delicacy of the human form such as stitch and fabrics. My drawing style i like to describe as a "nervous" line, which also ties in with the themes of all my work.