My studio practice explores the boundaries between archaeology, architecture and art. I develop small investigations using methods fundamental to each discipline. This includes fieldwork and excavation; technical drafting, notation and painting; and archival research. Each artwork begins with a found object, building or site. Often materials are collected from the sites and combined with the mounting investigations to create the actual structure of each piece. For my larger works I do not plan an outcome in advance, thus the direction of my work is never certain, continuously evolving as new paths are discovered. This results in many layers of information, textures and details which come to rest somewhere between the real and the imaginary.