My work is regularly exhibited at major art fairs across the USA, London, Europe and Aisa. I have had three solo shows at Woolff Gallery, a solo show at one of London's premier buildings The Gherkin, I have exhibited in numerous European group exhibitions, and countless global art fairs. My work appears in private and corporate collections worldwide.
Clients include Tiffany & Co, Davidoff, the Great Elephant Parade (my elephant Uma was on parade at Amsterdams Schipol airport in 2018), my work was included in the book 'Papercraft II', published by Gestalten, and has also appeared in periodicals such as Living Etc, Bliss, Vogue, Arts Vice, B magazine, Elle, and Homes and Gardens as well as numerous online publications.
I currently live and work in London.
Background: I was born in Leeds in 1972 to bohemian parents, as a child I moved between the Welsh mountains, Suffolk, India and many other points in between. For a time we lived within an arts community on a rural farm in West Wales where I spent my time drawing, painting and creating. All of this led naturally to art college, and then a fashion degree from Nottingham Trent University in 1998.
Having spent a number of years working in the London fashion industry (initially as a buyer and then a designer), in 2009 I finally left corporate fashion and combined my creativity and learned technical design skills to create artwork in a variety of mediums.
Working alongside Nick Woolff, I also help to run Woolff Gallery. This balance of creativity and gallery experience gives me a well rounded understanding of many aspects of the art world. Working with other artists, gallerists, and meeting clients face-to face this full immersion into art has become a normal and hugely rewarding way of life.