My practice could be described as a collaboration between the computer and myself, deriving from an exchange of instructions. The processes of the interaction are primary to my art as I hand over most of the creative control to the computer and only my editorial guidance is evident in the image making process. To do this I force computer programs to work against what they were designed for and by creating small intentional errors amongst data to cause a corrupted and mistranslated final piece generated by the computer. The work intends to break away from the illusion of flawless data by unveiling the underlying structures. I use my own photographs of nature as a starting point for the corruptions as I find the organic patterns juxtapose with the clinical, linear patterns created by the computer.