My work is routed in science fiction and its ability, as well as its limitations, at exploring how we see ourselves in the now and where we see our selves going in the future.
As science fiction is an extrusion of the present, is it limited and contrived in its exploration of how the distant future could be viewed? During my time pursuing fine art painting i found that by using abstract techniques allowed for chance discoveries of possibilities to be captured or developed. With the use Digital-Modelling techniques that i acquired during my time working as a designer, combined with the thought process of abstract painting, I hope to create surreal imagery that explores the possible aesthetics of distant, abstracted futures. Hopefully, in turn, making concept art that can be explored in similar ways that a surrealist or abstract painting can be enjoyed in a gallery.
Studied foundation at Central Saint Martins London and BA at Art University Bournemouth.
Art shows and exhibitions:
Tales, Apiary Studios, Hackney Road, London. January 2016
Twisted Loot, Curious Duke Gallery, 173 Whitecross St, London. December 2015
Super Market Gallery, 150 green lanes, London. December 2015
Gray's Gallery FLUX, The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage Street, London. February 2015
Cosmophilia, The Print House, Sugar House Lane, London. November 2014
New Artist Fair, Old Trumen Brewery, London. September 2014
Free Range, Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London. June 2010
The Midnight Millionaires Club, Bournemouth. November 2009
Art Place 88, Gumligen, Switzerland. June 2009
Nothing to Display, Craze gallery, portabello road, London. June 2007