I’m interested in creating unconventional viewing situations with time based media & film, with influences from Japanese philosophy, static cinema and ephemeral technologies & materials to inform my investigations. My practice explores the poetry of the transient beauty in fleeting moments and experiential event, questioning the encounter between affect and moving image technologies, installation and the processes of perception & thought. Applying spatial affect to reframe, to reconsider, to make relevant that which is often overlooked, I’m interested in the absence of matter in the making of image, and the complexity with which time & space are constructed. There contains an attempt to prolong that specific moment of an experiential event. Further, through ‘experiential spaces’ and a sensitivity to technology and ephemera, my work centres around a focus on reframing an existent thing as delicately as possible.