My practice is concerned with the simultaneous occupation of digital and physical space, and how these spaces bleed and intersect. Spanning across digital media, such as video, digital drawing and programming languages, my work exists within the edges of technology and physical being. The work attempts to familiarise and understand the physicality of the digital through the study of the glitch, where unexpected disruptions allow the conventions of spaces to be questioned and realigned. As the work oscillates and transitions through engagement, it embraces new contexts, environments and manipulations. My practice is deeply entwined within personal experience, and as a result speaks to the mundanity of digital technology and its pivotal role in shaping our daily rituals.