Morphogenesis is an exploration of nature's patterns, through the medium of photopolymer printing. The subjects are photographed with a macro lens and them digitally manipulated, before a photopolymer plate is produced and printed.
Often the image has more than one plate to create the image. The ink is charbonnel, and the colour palette is restricted, mostly to sanguine, prussian blue and some small areas of indian yellow and ruby red.
The titles of the works have been taken from the poem ' Mushrooms' by Sylvia Plath, and ' FIg' by D.H. Lawrence.