Finding faces in the marks I put on paper has been a source of endless satisfaction for me. Like a nervous habit, I would draw pictures as obsessively and regularly as people check their phones. I’d do it on busses, in social situations and when I was alone. The most interesting thing anyone has ever said about these drawings came from a 7 years old. After much contemplation, she turned to me and said "It looks like you just scribbled on her face". She was alluding to the idea that if took the p
One of my favourite things to do is to find faces in a clump of clay. I've made hundreds of these people using a butter knife and a pin.
These people were created to perform in my second major visual theatre production ROOMAN. I sculpted and created (most of) the outfits for these creations. I threaded wire through rope to give them bendable arms and legs for using in her stop-motion animations. These people are for sale. Their prices reflect their movie-star status, and my attachment to certain individuals.