My work is about Phenology — the study of seasons. My process starts with walking, noticing, and documentation through photography. From photos, I create a colour library of hex codes. Then I design grid-based patterns using handmade algorithms. This approach gives the work a natural feel, mirroring nature’s patterns without repeats.
My work refers to Bauhaus textiles by evolving abstract pattern design using digital techniques. I have found cross-stitch a successful medium because of its grid-based constraints.
I hope that my works are a joyful celebration of the ever-changing nature of seasons. The colour library also acts as a climate archive to document colours and timings that may irretrievably be lost.