Our environment, the macro to the micro. Pattern, shape and texture of the built and the unbuilt.

Jodi often uses layering both physical and metaphysical to create her work, she challenges herself by connecting the work to something wider.


Layers play a significant role in Jodi’s artistic practice.  She asks the viewer to focus on the absence, the presence and the divergences in her work. Enticing the viewer in closer to discover something themselves.


Jodi finds real artistic value delving into an area of research, creating an artwork that captures an element or two turning it into visual, actual and textural form.  Working with often unfamiliar themes and designing work that has a connection to a place, space, person or the abstract she aims to create a unique story.