I am in love with my job, the passion I have for what I do is immeasurable, I want to share what I do with the world. I have been drawing since I was a small child. People as subjects have always interested me the most.
In 2006 I began taking courses in Life Drawing and Portrait Drawing, where I learned how to approach these topics in a more refined way.
Over these last ten years I have participated in many Art workshops, all of them very freeing and fun but also very informative on how to approach art in many different ways
I like to work with many different media including charcoal, pencil, chalk and oil pastels, watercolour and acrylic paint.
In September 2016 I began a course in Drawing and Painting the Figure at the National College of Art and Design. An academic course including the study of the Great Masters of the Arts.
My personal approach is driven by a mixture of instinct and a subject matter that I find interesting, which so far is people, their expressions, mood and movement. My aim is always to create pieces which are alive, colourful, fun, expressive and tell a story.
I am inspired by many artists, including Amedeo Mondigliani, Kees van Dongen, Klimt, Egon Schiele and Mary Swanzy.
I want my art to strike a chord with viewers and for it to turn walls into interesting colourful, storytelling landmarks.