My final year project aims to explore the potential of colour and space in greater depth. I paint from images I have taken of the everyday environments around me concentrating on settings defined by the geometry and compositions of light sources around the art building. I have concentrated on this subject matter because I have connected with Arturo Herrera’s idea of depicting images of the everyday that regularly are un-noticed. My practice aims to reveal the details of what I see when I look around me, the geometric make-up of the lights around us, how I perceive them in colour. My paintings draw the viewer’s attention to things that they miss as I express them in de-constructed abstract geometric colour forms.