I am an emerging Australian printmaker, bookbinder and drawing artist with an enthusiasm for understanding our connection to the world. In particular I draw as a way to focus on perception and how we connect to a place through our physical presence within it. I'm interested in sensory experience and how overlooked, physical interactions form the basis of identity through their effect on our moods, thoughts and memories. I work to understand my experience of place through studying sensation. My practice reflects on home and the sublime within the ordinary. Over five years I have produced bodies of works that explore sensations of light and touch in my everyday life in Canberra, ACT, including screenprints, watercolour paintings and drawings. I experiment with technique and materials in order to capture subtle shifts of light, as well as undertaking performative works that use touch and drawing to mindfully explore place. I investigate materiality to form close connections to the bodily sensations I am translating – light drenched watercolours, hazy smoke drawings and scratched and pitted drawings of touch. The constant centre of my practice is this ambition to understand the complexity of the relationship between ourselves and the world that forms us.