Creating is a compulsion; it’s in my very essence. As a young child I would practice my drawing skills using my mum’s ruby red lipstick on the magnolia walls of our council home. I never really planed to become an artist if anything I was strongly guided away from such ideas for my own safety, however the fates were not so easy to per-sway and so, after a sequence of unforeseen events I found my path to an alternative world where rules were broken and boundaries pushed.
Over the recent years my work has become focused upon the mystery and illusion of reality, the laws that underpin our understanding of space and time and the forces which interfere in our daily lives. Within my paintings I like to explore the effect of colour and how it illuminates hope and inspiration from the darkness that sometimes surround us.