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I've always been fascinated by faces, not only by the endless variations, but by the individual forms that come together to create them. This has developed into an interest in the ways one can simulate weight, balance and light in drawing, and how these facets of reality can be manipulated when applied as abstract marks. I enjoy inserting faces, lines and textures into void environments: trying to find connections between them by cutting through and manipulating the empty space around them. My work is greatly influenced by film, particularly horror and science fiction, and I've come to love how the imagery in these genres can personify anxiety and uncertainty.