Spending time in nature and unearthing hidden features in the environment is what inspires me as an artist. I often find myself thinking about how landscapes evolve, and in this respect, the Mendip Hills illustrate just how deeply geology and humanity are entwined. The underlying rocks determine where water flows, what soils form and where plants grow. In turn, humans alter the landscape and influence natural processes. My new work ‘Menhir’ is a visual exploration of this relationship, embodied by printing photographs onto rocks and then re-photographing them in the environment.