Through the use of designed and wearable materials with natural forms, my work explores the intersection between outside and in; human and non-human; design and flexibility. The occupations and routines of people in society inform my work as I collate and group together found materials - relating to different ways of life, locations and positions in society and space. Without the fleshy presence of bodies, my work tends towards the supernatural and technologically mediated depiction of the human figure. In response to the closure of University buildings and studio/installation space, my work has been realised at home. All photographs except 'A gust indoors (2019)' have been set up in a paper gallery - a shifting space made from printing paper.