From school my professional training was in traditional photography and fine art. But my career was at a time where digital emerged and left my dark room skills redundant. I have taught myself the world of digital whilst pursuing a career in Psychology.
In the last few years I have revived my approach to my art and developed a more experiential, meditative approach that finds a repeated symbol of swirls and spirals that reflects my own energy and flow, sometimes inwardly towards depression or finding my way out. As a Psychologist I am never scared to look beyond the objectivity of our being.
I continue to capture the world through my camera as a way for me to process the world around me. It visually enables me to meet my curiosity of every day people as a Psychologist, having some learning difficulties around words. I am never without my camera or sketchbook and
have been experimenting with merging my abstract art work and photography to create a whole new emotional story.