Over a decade ago I started exploring simple geometry with a compass and rule. I regarded myself as an artist, although I was unsure how my activities fitted into the canon of late 20th century art. Over subsequent years I developed my method and evolved a geometric language that gave form to my bent for abstract ideas. In 2000 I adopted digital tools and in 2004 I built the first incarnation of root2art.co.uk. For many years I had struggled to find a sympathetic home for my work within the established currents of contemporary art. Today, my work is creeping into many distant corners of the internet where its starting to look and feel at home. Amongst the boundless strangeness and visual intelligence of the evolving internet I think at last my work is being increasingly recognised as an uncompromised art born out of its own unique DNA.