Our landscapes, coastlines, rivers and cities are constantly evolving. Tides rise and fall, coastlines are redrawn, rivers change course, buildings rise and cities expand. Climate and weather help shape our environment but human intervention is at the core of these changes.
My work examines these changes and the relationship between our natural and built environments. It draws on my interest in water and our oceans, and our evolving towns and cities. Eighteenth century maps, sea level projections, flood risk assessments, tourism statistics, found objects and experiential walks are all used in a multidisciplinary approach rooted in drawing, painting and photography.
The Yellow Line