Current practice combines the lens and natural movement to form a study of the everyday. It highlights the quotidian rituals that allow a foundation for our aspirations.

These video meditations of simple human movement against static objects are rendered monochrome, with intent to return attention to the everyday that has been relegated.

The artist is interested in exploring the relationship between movement and stillness, and how they can be used to create a sense of balance and harmony in people’s lives. Through their work, they aim to capture the beauty of the mundane and elevate it.

By focusing on simple human movements and everyday objects, the artist hopes to encourage viewers to slow down and appreciate the world around them. Their work is an invitation to pause, reflect, and find purpose and security in the ordinary.


Moving Water” is an art project that explores how simple technology like a washing line can distribute natural resources in unintended ways. The project is inspired by the artist’s fascination with the way water moves and flows, and how it can be harnessed to create new forms of beauty and harmony.

Through a series of installations and performances, the artist seeks to create a visual metaphor for how water moves through our world, and how it can be used to connect people and communities in unexpected ways. By using everyday objects like washing lines and buckets, the artist hopes to encourage viewers to see the beauty in the mundane, and to appreciate the natural resources that surround us.

Overall, “Moving Water” seeks to inspire viewers to see the world in new ways. Not unlike their primary artwork the artist hopes to encourage people to slow down and appreciate the simplicity that surrounds them.