Matt Cullen's work is mainly central to his fascination with aspects of science, such as the notion of infinity and the creation of unusual perspectives from geometrical forms. The key intention of most of his current work is to metaphorically represent particles of matter in various geometrical forms as they float through space, intersect and cross one another. He works with various mediums (i.e. Watercolours, acrylics, pen and ink,) and he is inspired by the work of Seurat and M.C. Escher. Some of Matt's work is influenced by his love of the local environment in Swords where he lives.