In the summer of 2018, I was commissioned by the Prince of Wales school’s head teacher to paint a two part ecosystems wall mural using acrylic paint and Posca pens in the main entrance lobby. To date, this is the largest piece of work I’ve done so far, not to mention thats only phase one. […]
At the beginning of January 2016 I was commissioned to do a piece of work that included an underwater split scene with a kayaking creature. The location of the painting was set at Greenhill Weymouth with the Weymouth Sea Life Tower in the background. The style of work was inspired by the Seafood Aquarium that […]
Summer 2015 saw time for a themed commission on stretched canvas using Posca paint pens. Approached by a local couple, they wanted to combine the surfing elements of Newquay with their Honeymoon experience looking at Towan Island and the wildlife. As normal the process was started by the approval of a paper sketch. With […]
My work starts with a simple pencil sketch on a piece of A4 paper. I get my ideas down, show it to the client, gain their approval and then move to working on the canvas. DAY 1 DAY 2 – 3 Using some basic gridlines, enables me to upscale the design. DAY 4 Next comes […]
Mid February 2015 I was contacted by Brigit De Wever, who had seen my artwork, with a proposal to work on something slightly different to my normal style. Intrigued to do something new, I willingly accepted the proposal and together we agreed on a Buddha backed by her initial in Chinese. But working in my […]
In November 2014 I received my first skateboard deck commission. The brief to design and complete an original piece of artwork comprising of a skull or ghoul bursting through a wall on a skakeboard deck provided by the client and deliver in time for Christmas. The result “GRAFFITI SKULL”.