There Are At Least 1000 Ways To Draw A Tiger is a body of visual
research stemming from a dissertation discussing the ideas of identity,
"isolation", "obsession" and "authenticity" that surround the discourse
of (so-called) Outsider Art.

'There Are at Least 1000 Ways borrows these themes into an
established arts practice, and investigates the benefits of private
image making- working in a  "selfish" and intuitive way. One subject, 
the tiger, was chosen as an element of forced obsession. With so
much time spent thinking about tigers, it was soon established that
there must be, at least, 1000 ways to draw one, or anything at all.