Subject matter often comes from visual research at archaeological sites. I am fascinated by the ways in which changing perspectives can reveal places in the landscape in a new light, layering aerial photography with surface detail and distant views. Working with the CinBA project has allowed me to work with Bronze Age sites in more depth, with access to visual archives and archaeologists. In this recent work I have focused on the landscape of which Stonehenge is a central point, informed by walking, photography and visits to Devizes Museum.
I am interested in the experience of moving through this landscape, of changing viewpoints, and the many layers of patterns visible from above. I am also looking at systems and frameworks that have been set up to record information of this iconic site over many years, often throwing up intriguing visual juxtapositions.