Getting people's quirks, kinks and so-called imperfections down on paper is my thing. I'm lucky enough to live and work in London, one of the most diverse cities on the planet and home to many incredible faces ripe for sketching. Celebrating real people and telling stories is why I draw in the first place. Pen and inks are my go to, although I do work digitally as well.
I'm available for bespoke commissions and all existing work you see on the site is available for print. I'm an artist for hire and am available to draw at corporate and social functions. Handy hint: portraits of your guests make for über cool wedding favours. I often receive requests to workshops as well and am super chill presenting to a small group, one on one or to a few hundred.
These events which I curated and presented took place at Apple's flagship in Covent Garden. I have big, big love for technology and am often looking for ways to help it elevate my craft. Sharing what I discover with others is also hugely important to me.
I'm in fashion, which is why my portfolio has something of a designery flavour to it. I was your quintessential, paper-pushing suppressed artist type, until somebody cleverer than me asked "what the hell are you doing?" That was nearly two years ago. I draw every day now. On any surface that will absorb pigment and with any gnarled biro I stole from someone else's desk. I draw for a living and I draw for happiness.
You can keep up with my daily antics on Instagram and Twitter. I'm currently working on a graphic novel about how much break ups suck and if that wasn't enough, you can wear my art to keep you warm here.