Born 2/8/75 in North Devon on a very hot summers day. I live in Brighton.
I stumbled upon art 9 years ago and have learnt everything i know through my own experience and through my own unguided ignorant trials and errors...the role of failure being essential.
I was fortunate to meet and paint with many talented graffiti artists here, locals, migrants & international passers through. The scene in Brighton was extremely viberant and inspiring with' Le shop' ran by Rarekind drawing in world renown talents across the whole spectrum of street art.
I started because i wanted to be able to do it....simply.....then it just took doing it!
After years of refining my own techniques i have finally reached a level i am satisfied with and know that there is better to follow which i find drives my passion for what i'm doing.
I use spray paints to paint objects and paper, then construct sculptures from these, photograph them then process.
Through photographing graffiti i noticed that the photos always looked better than when i looked at them with the naked eye...it's as a result of this that i embarked (over a period of years) on my new venture to create unimaginable places that feel like home.
My greatest influence has been my own nervous system and brain which allowed any external influence to help and also opened me to many internal influences.....OrDeR&ChAoS
No formal art training....though have an interest in Psychology and colour theory, Science&mathematical design, lighting& moood,architecture, art deco and classical cinematograhy. I want to engage in synethiseastic study so as to produce shapes that represent sounds and include the sounds as part of the work of art. I have grand ideas not constricted by dogmatic formulaic education....only constricted by time and money.....and my apprehension to use the artistic discourse needed to persuade the minds of art enthusiasts (who want words with their pictures) to give credence to something they wont truely be able to comprehend....or maybe thats just me being pretentious....…Read More