Freelance graphic designer and visual artist for over thirty years, I have spent the last few years studying forensic psychology at Goldsmiths University.Whilst the main body of my previous work focused on the figurative and portraiture. Each painting started blind, building up layers upon layers of watercolour, until I found the subjects hidden within.This new body of work began in March 2018, as I travelled extensively between Antwerp and London researching the care of the vulnerable in two different societies. Snapshots of those journeys taken on my phone, developed into short semi fictional stories, usually written on the train from Brussels. Now illustrated, they focus on the detail of the precious things we loved in the lives of people lost. Little gems sitting in the grey. The subjects are life, death, grief, and why you should never trust a housekeeper.
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