My art practice is a meditation on the mysteries, metaphysics and meta-politics that hover around imaging technology.
These explorations find their various forms in paint, installation, drawing, sculpture, print and photography.
The current focus of my studio enquiry stems from photographs taken in the late 19th century of women hidden under carpets to hold children still for photographs.
A graduate of the National University of Ireland, I gained a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art from the Centre for Creative Arts & Media, Galway.
Awarded the AIB Graduate of the Year in Paint and Galway City Council Emerging Artist Awards, my work has been selected for numerous juried shows including the prestigious Columbia Threadneedle Prize, London, the Pallas Periodical Review, Dublin and the Thames & Hudson, 100 Painters of Tomorrow, London.
I have artwork in private international collections and in the public collections of Galway City Council and the OPW, for the collection of the President of Ireland.
I live in the West of Ireland.