This recent work explores landscape with an emphasis on geology.

Rocks, fossils and landforms quietly narrate allegories of age, force, and disjunction. Caves, illuminated by fresh data unearthed by speleologists, offer opportunities for focused observations- straddling the spectacular through to the microscopic – one feels though, that these discoveries are always linked, hauntingly, to the liminal.

There is a sense of studio solitude about caves, very Saint Jerome, that balances thinking at the interior boundary of wildness and wander.