I enjoy constraints within creativity – a blank canvas and infinite possibility can be a daunting prospect, so being tied to say, a specific colour, is actually quite freeing.
I spend a lot of time painting abstract pieces – it’s basically meditation through mark making, but it’s nothing I’d be proud enough to put into the public eye – but this definitely informs the work I produce. I actually make lots of different things, from abstract painting to collage to screenprints to illustrations and typographic work. But I always find solace in cyanotyping – it hits all the right notes for me creatively – it’s digital and analogue, painterly and expressive. It’s also slightly unpredictable.