I live and work in Kent, and always take my materials with me when I travel.
I work with landscapes, from which I draw my inspiration. The play of light and shadow, and the in-the-moment experience of absorbing the world around me inform my work. I am also drawn by my memories of a childhood spent outside, the visual impact and pleasure of that still resonates with me.
I love colour and texture and in my work am always attempting to use these elements to create a harmonious balance.
I enjoy working in an experimental way with different materials, at the moment beautiful metallic and interference acrylic paints on paper and canvas. Mark-making is something that intrigues me, I frequently throw paint at my canvas, and work with the canvas on the floor, dripping paint onto it. The spontaneity that gives me very valuable.
I trained at St Martin's School of Art in central London (Sandy Taylor).
I have artwork in both corporate and private collections in England, Europe and the United States.