My practice is an ongoing exploration of identity, memories and the self, intertwined with cultural symbolisms; a personal branch of cultural anthropology. Considering personal and cultural identity as made up from the subjective applications of memory and experience onto oneself, one can restructure, re-apply, re-place, aspects of self in the process of re-invention, often involving forgetting and remembering. Via my work I seek to understand the oscillation between nature and culture and the inevitable relationship between the two phenomena. In between states, fluid meanings, through my work I strive to highlight simulacra of time, space, nature and culture in coalescence with photography installation and printmaking to serve as a catalyst for self understanding and integration. I, as a graduating student at the Glasgow School of Art, would like to state my support for the Pause or Pay Campaign.