Collaboration has become the key focus of my practice since training as a collaborative printer. My practice focuses on the technical curiosities of printmaking with a particular interest in lithography and paper pulp in relation to the art of collaboration. Through research and technical exploration my practice looks at how various graphic print works are made, how these print processes work, and how they can be manipulated or combined in the collaborative process, in order to create a piece of graphic art. Through this working process my practice addresses the importance of technical skills and the benefits these skills bring when working collaboratively with an artist. This is also connected to my interest in documentation and how we can document our working process, in order to help inform our own practice as well as others.