My work is inspired by my personal connection to Glasgow, a city I have lived in for 25 years. Glasgow is a patchwork of textures and colour and for years I have used photography to capture this aesthetic, an attempt to encapsulate my experiences. For my final project I have adopted this approach again, taking photographs that focus primarily on colour, texture and composition. Using jesmonite and plaster as my main components I have applied these three elements to produce a body of work that is tactile, bold and visually appealing. The lightness of the material has allowed them to be created into wearable sculptures, able to move throughout the city, adding to the industrial, colourful and vibrant aesthetics that they were inspired from.