The practice is an ongoing exploration of rhythm, and the (sub)conscious connection between sonic and physical happenings. Sampling, looping, mixing, time travel and various other recording methodologies allows appropriation to become a language of re-creation; repetition with a difference, and use of the wider archive as a palette documents and marries fragments of histories in abundant narrative that is littered with cultural signifiers. Born from words and aural encounters, these moments inform a continuous and ever-evolving investigation into painting, where moving image is utilised to initiate tempo between the rests, and sound is employed to activate involuntary, emotional and rhythmical responses.