My studio practice explores mixed media painting through an architectural lens. Having studied Interior Architecture, I portray subjects using architectural language and conventional drawing techniques. I will often include my sketches, notation and process line drawing as key elements of the final composition. I paint directly onto recycled building materials or use old windows to frame and inform the works. This introduces added texture, depth and scale. My larger projects (which can take months to complete) also delve into the archaeology of a chosen site. This includes archival research, interviews, fieldwork, material collection and recording site data. The focus for these projects is to investigate and overlap the boundaries between archaeology, architecture and art.