Hand-drawn ink on Tyvek, which is then heated


Old damaged lantern slides taken apart and re-assembled to create a new narrative

Charred wooden vase and copper wire

Continuing my exploration of impermanence. This large brass bowl was coated with PVA glue and then acrylic paste. The paste was heated to begin a cracking process which continued as it dried out. The green copper salts are now bleeding though and I hope that in time they may force at least some of the paste off.



Burnt wooden bowl and rolled gold wire


Six Secrets – Burnt paper and glass petri dishes


Found rusted metal band and copper wire


  Self Portrait

13Burnt photographs and burnt older self portraits with graphite powder




Broken toughened glass on plywood

ResonanceFound metal rods in a white cube room

 Newgate (Section of work)

KB Newgate

Welded wire and recycled polyester material.  Singed and scorched




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