I am primarily a landscape painter. I like to draw and paint the natural environment, especially the fields and mountains where I live in rural Japan. My work is influenced by history, by photography and by my experience of migration and travel. The bulk of my studio practice is big, oily landscape paintings. I have three main studio projects:
Karasu/Yatagarasu (two and three-legged crows) a conceptual project exploring the experience of migration and outsider, Landscape Painting and Drawing and The Armchair Antiquarian. As well as these I also make small works on paper; pen and ink, watercolours and printmaking including 'hapazome' - Japanese leaf prints. These have been popular on Etsy.