After years of doodling as a child i started to take my interest in art more seriously in my early teens, i attended college and then furthered my passion at art college where i gained a distinction at foundation level. My next step was to move away and attend an illustration university course, this was where i finally found what i had been looking for and from around 2004 onwards i started to polish my drawings and learn new skills to make them more presentable and adapt them to new processes like screen printing and lino printing.
I spent a lot of time designing gig posters and exploring my interests in mythology for the first part of my time at university, i then got a real buzz for screen printing and started designing everything with that in mind. My style developed over the years in lots of different directions which is why i find it hard to determine one particular style that people recognise as me.
After leaving University i joined a small run printing company where my commitment to illustration started to taper and unfortunately life began to get in the way. It was until around 2012 when i switch jobs that my passion for creativity was restarted and since that point on and off i have stated to complete new work.
2018 has been a particularly productive year for me, i’m planning to be as proactive as possible.