Hancock's work is research-based, examining expanded theories of ‘making’. He is interested in how any thing – an object, an action or an idea – is made, and he considers his works strictly as documentation of their making process. Hancock's practice spans sculpture, performance, installation, text and conceptual works in diverse mediums investigating and sometimes questioning the similarities, differences and interrelationships betweens acts of labour and art work/artwork. Recent exhibitions include MA Degree show at Home, Each Towards the Other at Bury Sculpture Centre, Manifestation at Rogue Artist Studios and This Land is Our Land at PAPER Gallery Manchester. Hancock has received a full University Scholarship to continue his PHD research at Nottingham Trent University, Received the Phoenix Bursary in 2014 and was the Harry Meadley Prize winner in 2010.