There are some unusual holes in the rocks at Trebarwith Strand, North Cornwall. They are narrow and deep and keep hold of sea water as the tide recedes. I started experimenting with ideas around the nature of ‘holes’: emotional, physical and abstract, how they are both there and not there. I drew the same section of beach over and over again, and then layered the images on top of each other around an arrangement of fixed holes (capturing fleeting memories of images, the spaces between creating and eradicating), looking at the way that the tide is constantly deconstructing the beach and putting it back together again around a range of fixed objects. There and then not there.