My sculptures are made from handmade paper that emulate natural forms. I’m inspired by physical connections such as mycelium networks. The works range visually between tenderness and bareness. They could be growing or decaying. The objects and shadows create an environment with which to interact and relate. This considers the grouping and relationship between the works. The work comes from the idea of different ecologies, or the relationship of organisms to one another and their physical surroundings. My work also addresses metaphysical connections and relationships. The work focuses beyond plants or nature to the broader context of life—an ebb and flow between growth and degradation.