April 9, 2017
Part of becoming an artist is finding one’s own voice. For many years I had the skills but lacked any real sense of purpose. The turning point occurred midway through my years in London when I was working with children who were outside of the norm and unable to function within a traditional school setting. The work, although incredibly rewarding, was so demanding that I’d come home emotionally exhausted. It was at this time that I turned to art as a kind of unwinding process; something I could do while listening to music and chilling out in the spare room.