Light is the inspiration and subject matter of my practice. I paint with metallic and interference pigments which are reflective, and change colour subtly as the light changes through the day, or under artificial light at night. There is no one moment when the paintings seems fixed, they constantly look different. This nuance which echoes the imprecision of our memories, also describes light which is not fixed but changes constantly. I explore both traditional and new technology in my work, from paint, pastel and pencil to laser-engraved Perspex and LED light pieces, sometimes in combination, and created using slices of 3D scans enhanced and transformed with computer aided drawing. These works also look different from one moment to the next, challenging perceptions of how and what we see and remember. The only constant is change.