I developed my Indian ink and painted drawings to produce storyboard illustrative paintings and drawings including some socio-political illustrations to highlight and document the current climate in Britain. For the semi-autobiographical illustrations, the ideas behind my work have stemmed from my own life and experiences. I also document satirical-comic theatrical performances. This began as a direct result of documenting Impropriety’s thirty-three-and-a-half-hour Improvathon in 2012, 2013 and 2017.
My focus and inspiration comes from everyday objects and things that people don’t always notice as well as on pointing out the humour in a situation. With all of my work, I have a tendency towards, the ‘kitchen-sink’ school of art [a term coined to describe painters who depict social realist–type scenes of domestic life].
Commissions are available to order. Signed limited edition [1/15] prints can be ordered from £15. Greetings cards can be ordered from £2.50. Existing unsold artwork can be viewed and purchased upon request.