The film gives a little insight into how and why I paint. Thanks to film maker Callum Robertson who approached me in early 2019 and asked me to be part of his artist series of films.  See more of Callum’s work here:

I studied foundation art and design at Wimbledon School of Art and a graphic design degree at Camberwell College of Arts. I’ve worked full-time on weekly print publications since 2006.

For a number of years I dabbled in oil painting once or twice a year, then, in March 2013 a deep desire to spend more time painting led me to participate in a figurative art course. Since then my love of and dedication to oil painting has grown and I rarely go a day without painting or sketching.

In July 2013 I took part in an outdoor quick-paint event. The experience of painting from life on the street was new to me and I enjoyed it immensely. I now paint the vast majority of my work with the subject in front of me. Inspiration comes from everyday life – people, places, still life objects – and the challenge of translating three-dimensional subjects into a convincing two-dimensional oil painting.

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