Attaining an implicit level of clarity in the work is recognised not as an objective, but as the consequence of particular creative processes.
Interrogating these processes through the clarifying media of writing and drawing, past projects are revisited with a view to informing current and future work. Through photography, provisional clues of previously elusive motives surprisingly reveal themselves as means of explicating intent.
Projects and programmes are tested at a range of scales engaging ideas about the figure, the domestic, the urban and the landscape. The implicit tension between interior and exterior is explored with the room and the landscape embraced as critical sites of an analogous architectural operation.