Ryan Shelley is a writer and artist whose work explores the intersection between language, imagery and narrative structure. His interplay between these elements often result in the use of a number of varied mediums. Such variety has resulted in a number of projects with startlingly different aesthetics. Works such as Mirrormore, a novel, and How Sweet the Sound, a short film, are juxtaposed against more experimental works like House of Vee, an installation involving large scale masks and projection mapped images. Such stark contrasts between the works are always bound together by their underlying examination of the potential roles language and image can fulfill within a story.