Concerns regard societies interpretations of affection and intimacy, exploring our attempts in reaching human contact and emotional reverence under technology. My projects range from installations, paintings, poetry and books. Following paediatric and psychotherapy treatments, my practice applies medical and scientific practices, personal narratives, and imagination. In Disposition of Digital Men (2018), paintings comprised of body-enhancing supplements informed by online communities chronicle pursuits in companionship; in Precious Boys, (2016) the device of nursery rhymes making homage to William Blake are utilised, visioning a post-industrial landscape of bodily forms resting on pigmented crystals, revealing a utopian vigil for emotionally suffering men to find solace in. Applying a crescendo of imagination and evidence, I seek to communicate comments about digitally-connected societies, relationship between science and art, technology and the body, neuropathways, and pursuits in beauty or hope, as testimonies in those seeking to be understood or loved.