My drawings are usually conceived during trips in the wild, where I spend time alone and in peaceful observation of the landscape; sitting, sketching, photographing and taking note of visual and sensory details as they are noticed.
Through these means I absorb and record as much of my surroundings as possible – the movement of air, the different textures and patterns visible, the sounds of animals and water. While spending time like this, a moment will present itself in which nature shows me something I hadn’t noticed at first glance. It might be sunlight illuminating rocks in a particular pattern, or a branch that bends and warps in a pleasing manner.
My drawings depict these small, specific details to try and preserve what I found so fascinating about that surface, that shadow or that formation.
Here you will find a selection of these drawings in the form of sketches, prints and resolved works. You will also find photographs documenting walks, expeditions and wild camping trips spent in beautiful places.