My practice is cross-media. Ideas relating to ecology and overlapping concerns between art and science underlie the majority of my projects, whilst their form stems from basic structural compositions of living things, their growth and transformation. What prevails is an interest in our relationships with ecology and science and the creative boundaries of what is both imaginary and real. Frequently using ideas that are allied to science fiction and science fact, my work manifests an ambiguous natural and artificial engagement. Transgenics, biotechnology, botanical illustration, microscopy and science fiction have been some major themes fuelling my explorations to date. Often which, can relate to contemporary society and new movements in scientific research.