Teri's artistic practice is diverse (including both 2D and 3D) and she is always experimenting with both materials and techniques (often in combination). She is particularly interested in the structure of things (both natural and man-made). Taking photographs (both digital and on 35 mm black and white film) is fundamental to her practice both as a separate medium and as the source material for virtually all her work. The medium she has concentrated most on in recent years is screenprinting (done at Volcanic Editions in Brighton) and, typically, she works in series creating a lot of images on related subject matter. Recent series have included Trees & Roots (natural – the latest being a trilogy on Ash die-back based on photographs taken up on the South Downs) and Lines (man-made, architectural).
However, 2022 saw the resumption of work on the Skyscape series based, typically, on photographs of the dawn in Winter taken from her bedroom window looking out over the English Channel. Whereas the earlier works in the series were etchings, these are all multi-screen monoprints with the background being a blend onto which a number of additional layers are screenprinted by applying ink and paste directly onto an open screen. It is then pulled with a squeegee in the normal manner. This series now includes cloud views as well as dawns and Teri expects to go on working in this manner on this series for the foreseeable future.