I am an emerging Fine Artist currently studying a Bachelor of Visual Media at Griffith University on the Gold Coast. I would describe myself as a fine artist with designer sensibilities. My real passion is for 3 dimensional design, which I use in installation, sculpture, public art and to compliment performance art. I work with domestic interior objects such as walls, doors, windows and white goods exploring the boundaries that these objects provide and pushing the limits as to how they are, and can be used. Having just concluded my domestic abuse series inspired by my childhood, I am now heading into a new phase which has evolved from my initial studies of ‘Tensegrity’, a structural principle based on the use of isolated components in compression inside a net of continuous tension. Although this work has developed beyond tensegrity alone, it also draws on cubism and surrealism. This work is full of analogies and analytic meaning that comes with the use of doors, but it also stands alone as purely aesthetic.