My work explores the complex relationship between the body and the transforming earth. I am interested in what we see, what we notice and how we perceive it. The ways that place & identity are embedded in the land, and the interlaced & intrinsic connection we all share with the world—from the particles that randomly composed it, to the very nature that in fact, we embody. I believe that the more we understand these fundamental connections, the less we will see ourselves as separate from it. In this time of ecological crisis and global climate change, it is vitally important to shift anthropocentric modes of thinking about the world to thinking with the world. Through my art-making I attempt to repattern perspectives towards a more caring & compassionate engagement with the world, and seek to find new ways of rekindling the fundamental relationship between body & earth.