My practice explores ways of interrogating my lived experience through the mediums of photography, sculpture, installation, painting, and writing. The work created ranges from the context of public space to the innately private, often focussing on the trappings of queer, working-class, and masculine identities, while fixating on themes such as intimacy, recollection of memory, and loss. Through my interests in music, cinema, fashion, literature, and activism I examine the purported rituals that permeate these communities. The resulting work is translated into various forms; projected images, clothing, unlimited edition prints, electronic devices, and large-scale sculptural work for expanded topics.