My paintings represent my thoughts and emotions about climate change. I use the language of paint to convey my concern for nature and our changing climate

The techniques that I employ in my painting relate to the geo-morphological changes that I have read about and seen during my trip to Iceland. I exploit the physical characteristics of oil paint and when I am absorbed in the act of painting, techniques come to me both intuitively and also consciously, accessing thoughts about glacier morphology.

I am interested in the idea of aesthetic engagement and whether my work can lead to a process of perceptual participation between observer and painting.

I am currently studying for my MA in Fine Art at the University of Brighton.