"In the history of landscape art there have always been questions of how humanity fits into its environment."
Mother nature provides the environments or stage in which humanities dramas unfold. Just as a sunny beach brings notions of calm and relaxation, the stormy and jagged rocky coastline brings ideas of peril and danger. Humanities co-existence with nature is an on-going theme in my landscape work, and my aim is to convey a rich range of emotions via a variety of works that never include a human figure. The works act as a portal in which the viewer becomes the 'figure'.