I have a diverse, context led multidisciplinary practice. I create both temporary and permanent public works, site specific interventions, time based pieces, works for exhibition and participatory projects. My work is led by an interest in process, public engagement and cross-disciplinary collaboration.

Recent projects have been have developed in collaboration with scientists and academics at The School of Social and Political Science, Edinburgh University, The Centre for Infection, Immunity and Evolution, Edinburgh University, The Hutton and Rowett Institutes, Aberdeen and with research based organisations such as the British Society of Immunology. The resulting work has explored areas that include the social construction of the environment and landscape and relationship to place, the evolution and adaptive strategies of pathogens, soil and the food system, climate change and immunology.