My practice is best described as works of digital art. I struggle to pigeonhole myself into a simplistic category of ‘photographer’ because although my work is primarily photographic, it is often further developed through digital manipulation or appropriation. However, in the current climate, it is crucial to clarify that I do not create work with the support of AI.
My practice is born from folklore and its best-known tropes, such as the forest and the witch. Drawing on the associated symbolism, I create narratives that can be interpreted in any way the viewer discerns, yet I am profoundly concerned with issues of womanhood. My practice often enters the realm of magic realism or a place where it is difficult to recognise the boundary between the real and the imagined world, inviting viewers to reflect deeply.
Locations: North East