I am a community artist working in illustration, installation and documentary. I have worked on site specific arts projects through street art commissions and residencies throughout London.
Recent projects have provided playful twists on literary references to historic locals (Greenwich Heritage Arts) and creating and producing a permanent mural to commemorate H G Wells (Sutton) and one of Charles Dickens (New Cross). I have created political and environmental work for the likes of Boomtown Fair, Shambala, Ugly Duck Gallery and TAA exhibitions.
Over the past year my illustration work has been exhibited at London Festival of Architecture; and I have had two solo shows - one at Willesden Gallery (‘Portals’) following my residency there, and another at the Half Moon Theatre (‘Tamesis Beasts’).
I also run weekly art sessions at a hostel through SHP (Single Homelessness Project) which involves facilitating collaborative mural painting.
Where the Dickens, Hatcham Park
HG Wells Mural in Sutton
London Festival of Architecture 2019
SHP Mural Process
Illustration Workshop, Guerilla Arts Wembley (EEA)
Psychedelic Bagpipe flag, Doune the Rabbit Hole
Commissions from Greenwich Heritage
Portals to Willesden Solo Show at Willesden Green Gallery
Workshops - Flying Dutchman/ TAA
Commission at John Milton's Cottage
Surreal SE London at Number 23
Giroctopus Installation at Ugly Duck Gallery
Little Bittern, AV Sculpture - Boomtown Fair
Disco Kids Set, the Albany
Giraffe sculpture, TAA
Camberwell Arts Festival
Tales of Deptford on lightbulbs, Deptford X