Neon Paintings

Hey there! If you’ve been sent this link, there’s a good chance I’m applying to do some work with you. Between taking care of our new addition to the family and trying not to catch something called Coronavirus (you may have heard of it…) I’ve not been able to paint as many walls as I’d […]

Free Work…

If you’ve been sent this link, it’s because you’ve asked me to work for free. As someone who works in the creative industry, this happens a lot.So much that I’ve gone to the effort to make a web page about it filled with Joker GIFs. “It will be good exposure”If you’ve found my work, chances […]

Digital Illustrations

Before going on holiday to Germany, I bought an iPad and Apple Pencil so I could work on something new while we were away. I never classed drawing as one of my strong points, so it was nice to develop a skill I wanted to get better at. While the main reason for buying the […]

Junkyard Jam

When I saw the opportunity to paint some crazy surfaces in a junkyard, organised by UrbanArtistry, I jumped at the chance. Having exhausted the options of Muse’s Simulation Theory videos, I looked into films which had a similar visual style, and settled on doing a piece based on Blade Runner 2049. The whole film is […]

The Mancunian Spray

Following my Something Human piece at Cheltenham Paint Festival, I was invited to take part at The Mancunian Spray, a street art event to raise money for homeless people and rough sleepers. Muse has just released the video for The Dark Side so I kind of had to paint a screenshot from this video. This was […]

The Violet Palm

This project was a feature wall in a new plant and homewares shop The Violet Palm, and the first time I got to properly collaborate with my good friend Harry Mytton, a signwriter based in Liverpool. We came up with the idea of doing a ‘frame’ of different leaves, based on the owner’s favourite palms […]

Artwaves Festival

While browsing commissions and projects, I came across the opportunity to be part of Artwaves Festival in Bridlington. While applying for a small project, the commissioner emailed saying there was already an urban art part of the event organised by Kop and Hibbert which I could be a part of, and to wait for an […]

Contrast Mural Festival

I was invited to take part in Contrast Mural Fest run by Zap Graffiti in Liverpool. This was a great event for the city, as the work didn’t go over any existing street art and opened up some opportunities to paint on new walls, particularly around the Baltic Triangle and the Fabric District which is currently […]

Zig & Zag with Pin Head

This project was in collaboration with Pin Head who designs and sells amazing enamel pins ranging from local businesses to cultural icons, all while balancing a degree course at university. I love having creative friends, and she reached out to me to do a public art mural in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle to promote her latest pin […]