“I believe in making aesthetically beautiful, thoughtful works to create a sense of wellbeing in people’s living spaces. The materials and execution are as important to me as the work itself. In the making process, every detail is looked at; the quality of the paper, the vibrancy of a single colour, the clarity of a line. In design, the drawing is often just the beginning of the idea. In the studio, materials can be the whole idea and lead the way, even the smallest discovery can generate a whole new series of work.”

 

“I like my clients to use the artwork in a way that works for them, I give options on colour and sizing in my bespoke work to allow them to create beautiful, unique environments in their homes that are personal and meaningful to them.”

BEFORE ALL THAT...

I graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art and then went on to study Interior Design at BCU. I worked for 10 years as an Interior Stylist, both as a freelancer and on the Style team of the contemporary Interiors Magazine Livingetc.

WHERE?

I work out of the London Print Studio, (an artist-run, not-for-profit artists studio, in the heart of West London), and my main Studio at The Digswell Arts Trust, a 60 year old organisation devoted to supporting artists and emerging new talent.

THE NEWS?

My work was featured in Sunday Times Home together with interiors by the talented design team Run For The Hills.
‘Dark Matter’ was exhibited at the London Print Studio’s Summer Exhibition. I’m delighted to have been commissioned by leading London based Interior Design Companies; Run For The Hills, Zulufish Interiors and Violet and George.