I was born in Yorkshire in 1991 and graduated from Kingston University in 2013 with a 1st Class Honours in Fine Art. Since graduating I have been living in London and I currently live on a 40ft narrowboat cruising the waterways. My ever-changing landscape influences a lot of my work and provides me with a wealth of inspiration. I split my time painting and daydreaming on my boat and my studio in East London.
What is one thing you'd like our readers to know about you?
I live on a narrowboat. My ever-changing landscape influences a lot of my work and I feel very fortunate to have a different view from my window every couple of weeks!
What is your biggest source of inspiration?
My biggest source of inspiration is definitely nature and the feeling of awe. It's that feeling we get when we are confronted with something beautiful and amazing that I try and capture in my work.
Why do you create and how has your art practice affected your life?
I create as a way to heal and escape the mundane. Art has been an escapism for me all my life, and I want to share the joy I feel when I'm creating with other people.