Here is my selection of work that I entered for 20 Degrees (www.20degrees2015.weebly.com) the Wirral Met BA (Hons) 2015 Degree Show. This work helped me achieve a first class degree.
A painting where the paint is not visible? Well at least initially. Using the reflective powers of paint to create the colour that you see shining on the wall. This series of works is titled Reflections, it continues to challenge our perception of painting following it's expanded field.
Expanded on display at Threshold V - Contrasting Geometries 2015
Blood Cell - Site specific installation @ Wirral Art School - Wood, paint, rope
Previously on the site of Wirral Art School there was an abattoir where the majority of cattle were imported into England from Ireland. The cattle came via boat and were slaughtered on site before making their way to tables around the UK. This piece links the old use of the site by representing the blood spilt with the new use; which is predominantly industrial with many of the businesses using and discarding pallets. Pallets are the red blood cells of our world transporting consumables and raw materials much like our blood cells transport essential nutrients and oxygen around our bodies. The pallets used in this piece have been collected from the local environment around Wirral Art School.