Contemporary Arts Curator recognised my contribution to the contemporary art practice and published my profile in their new book titled Voices of Tomorrow.
For over three decades, I have established myself as a leading fine art painter and video artist, with an unwavering commitment to exploring the human condition through my work. In my current research project, I delve deep into the vacuum of hypnotic repetition, seeking to capture the essence of people suspended in this state of being. I travel the world, interviewing and recording individuals who struggle to exist in the context of their survival. This research has led to ground-breaking primary sources and evidence, with my most significant findings coming from places such as Haiti, Myanmar and Guinea Bissau. My resulting paintings are nothing short of spectacular, pushing the boundaries of traditional techniques to create innovative and captivating visual responses that blend the best of the old with the new.
Alongside my artistic pursuits, I work full-time as a programme coordinator for Art & Design at a reputable institution, which offers a broad range of Further and Higher Education qualifications. I am also an external examiner for the University of The Arts, London, and the Academic Qualifications Alliance. My expertise in the field has earned me recognition, including the International Vision Collector’s Award and the Power of Creativity Art Prize by the Contemporary Art Curator Magazine.
With my unwavering passion for art and dedication to excellence, I continue to inspire and challenge others with my work and academic pursuits.