The inspiration behind my most recent works was the pre-historic manmade structure ‘Seahenge’ originally sited in Holme-next-the-Sea, Norfolk. My work focuses on the surrounding area of Hunstanton, exploring and documenting my finds; this series of art work explores found objects and delves into the idea of treating them like archeological artefacts.
I am an exceptionally driven and talented Graduate, with a keen eye for detail, striving for a unique visual language and perfection in every line. I enjoy playing with different illustration techniques and constantly seeks inspiration both in nature and art. I work with traditional mediums: watercolour, acrylic, charcoal, ink and pencil. When drawing with my graphic tablet, I like to keep it simple (not to many layers and shadows).
Challenging the role and responsibilities of an Illustrator, I like to engage with 'site-specific' subjects that directly or indirectly influence my work. My recent work responds to the natural environment, with the perspective of manipulating the landscape as a material in its own right. By adding, removing or displacing local natural materials to create artwork that reflects the relationship between man and nature.