In 2011, I gained a degree in Contemporary Crafts at Falmouth University.
Throughout my sculptural and two-dimensional work I noticed how geometry was subconsciously evident.
Combining the geometric knowledge I gained at University with various influential illustrative styles, I aim to portray a number of illustrations in geometric forms that have been influenced from something I find fascinating in the world, such as tribal symbols, ancient alphabets, symbols of belief and the beauty of the natural world. After all, sharing is caring.
The more natural illustration I create was inspired from roots, rivers, brain coral, woodgrain, lightning and thunder.
Personally, I don't just feel art should look pretty, it should influence too.
Publication in Wotisart? Magazine, November 2019.
Publication in A5 Magazine, October 2019.
Publication in A5 Magazine, September 2019.
Publication in Average Art Magazine, October 2019.
Publication in Average Art Magazine, September 2019.
E-zine on Wake Up Screaming, 2018.
Interview With Doze Collective, 2016.
Interview With Indie Magazine, 2015.
Interview With Heloise Faure, 2015.