I specialise in Drawing, Painting, and Digital work. I use watercolour and gouache paint, and I draw in Pen. I use the computer software Paint on the computer. I don’t have a subject matter. The work speaks for itself. Everything is automatic. Themes of love, ambiguity, surrealism, violence, madness, and a historical content are cited. Artists who influence me are Dali, Hogarth, Nan Goldin, The Chapman Brother’s, H.R Giger, and David Lachapelle. I’m a very very passionate person and I love art itself. I know for sure I want to spend the rest of my life painting. I deliberately obscure my self from my work, and I would prefer not to discuss the activity that is happening in the work. I’m a private person I wouldn’t be able to articulate the story narratives. They are unconscious painting’s that don’t have a meaning. They are a testimony to the unwritten. I’m very interested in shock art and interested in what it evokes in the viewer and how it makes them feel. Did they feel uncomfortable, or a genre of emotions. I’m also interested in fantasies that have gone absoulty wrong. The notion is unconvential beauty and my attempt to shock the viewer as the world is a sinful place. I have become very personal in my work which informs race and identity and creates a juxtaposition of my culture. I’m telling you a story of my life in paintings, because I couldn’t tell you in words it’s too personal. I want to embrace pride and acknowledgement in my work. I incorporate depictions of death and violence in my work, the world is real, and you never hear anything positive in the news. I see myself as the news presenter presenting events that have happened in the past, and present. It’s a healing process for me. I’m human and it has made me a compassionate person to be violent in my work. My mind is broad and explosive, and I want to indulge in every historical period I possibly can. I love history itself. I work freely in my sketchbook because it’s intimate, personal, and less exposed. I’m someone who will produce a river of sketches in my book, where I’m in my own world! When I work big, although it’s a struggle I can work like this I’m less passionate about it. I prefer painting to the digital work, as this media can take me forever to do. The digital work is something I can do as a secondary, and to show I can experiment with a different medium, however the paintings are very liberating and I can fully express myself, through this medium.