I create art as motivation for tomorrow. I focus on the positives in life through what I consider visually beautiful, emotionally engaging or cognitively stimulating. You will see the use of charcoal in all my art pieces as this dark natural substance projects a parallel from my views on existentialism. The harsh and realistic contrasts of my black and white charcoal drawing/painting express the realism of existence and what I see as structurally beautiful. Through the use of colours I express my emotions. When you purchase one of my paintings, you will notice the colour vibrancy, strong sense of motion and the fine detailed colour mixes/blending up close. I’m a self representing artist creating artwork every day of the week. My art keeps me motivated to enjoy the beautiful nature around me, whilst nature inspires me to create art.


Self taught artist
I dropped out of school...
Later, I gathered some unrelated certificates and a bachelors degree.
I’ve worked in 30 different fields, jumping from job to job.
I've worked as a media teacher, toilet cleaner, investigation officer, musician, Google Maps tech, cabinet maker, apprentice chef and training hairdresser to name a few.


Art featured on TV, in magazines, online articles and gallery catalogs
Featured in magazines and online articles


Beauty, emotion and sound