My main influences and inspirations are, firstly and foremost my children, others include Gerard Richter, Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko, to name but a few.
I prefer to examine life and transfer those enlightening moments onto a canvas in an abstract way. Constantly evolving and striving to create credible works with each piece, I do not limit myself to any one individual style or medium.
Therefore, each piece manifests itself spontaneously, as I tend to work in the moment on a lot of my compositions. I believe that working in a single medium is restrictive to my artistic process and there is still a great amount to discover and learn, not just about paintings but also life itself.
I very rarely use a paintbrush, unless the artwork is geometrical, preferring to use other art tools such as a painters trowel, plastic cards, squeegee's and other items that will assist me in completing my works.
Born and raised in London UK, where I still reside, I dabbled in art whilst at school. Two decades later, I took to painting more seriously about 3 yrs ago as a hobby and although I was never trained academically in this field I discovered a passion for creating compositions I otherwise hadn't thought about. It is now an everyday part of the life I lead today whilst working full-time in healthcare administration.