Much of my work is about the natural world, specifically the intricacies of plant and microbe morphology. My practice examines the way in which we order and simulate the natural world in order to attempt to understand its complexities. I create both fictitious, and more scientific, depictions of natural forms. Existing between fact and fiction the work is used to explore ideas of nature as a human construct: a place of the imagination as well as the physical world. I often employ the manipulation of scale to create intimations of hidden worlds. The achromatic and translucent qualities of pared vellum belie the familiarity of  recognised form, creating further ambiguity about the nature of the work. The work is designed to provoke curiosity and articulate the often overlooked details of the environments we inhabit.