My practice is intensely research-based and as such, to date, the documentation of practice has taken many forms: keeping a physical sketchbook; online stream of consciousness notes and references; images shared on social media; blog posts on process; prints pasted into sketchbooks; collages made from printed photographs research folders filled with printouts of artist projects and writings and printed research journals. My research is informed by the images I make, and will always be a combination of practice-led art and research. For me, the research journal is where these aspects of research and practice can share space and influence each other.

Below is a sample of the notebooks and visual research journals that I’ve put together in the past few years: