My practice encompasses predominantly digital video, video installation and performative events. Artworks have been shown in galleries and festivals nationally and internationally including; Los Angles Centre for Digital Art (Los Angeles, California), Riverside Studios (London, England), The MART (Dublin, Ireland), Temple Bar Gallery and Studios (Dublin, Ireland), The LAB (Dublin, Ireland), Custom House Studios and Gallery (Mayo, Ireland), The Shed (Galway, Ireland), Cross Gallery (Dublin, Ireland), National Botanical Gardens (Dublin, Ireland).
Mediums of exploration are central to the creative process and the final work itself, with a strong focus on the use of paint, (recycled) cardboard and domestic materials. Areas of exploration include humour, everyday absurdities, site specific engagement and the incorporation of domestic objects (creating an alternative use for these). These elements exist alongside Rube Goldberg’s concepts in terms of cause and effect incorporated with the use of complicated objects to complete potentially or otherwise simple results. Inspiration arises from the era of vaudeville, classical oil painting traditions and film (with a wide range of sources spanning from 1980s comedies to Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton)