WorryBoy Program at Free Space – Picture courtesy of Daniel Reegan
WorryBoy has been a part of my life for a long while and in the last 2 years more so than ever! I’ve seen WorryBoy change from an idea to represent my own history with depression to a visual story, an exhibition, a school program, a graphic novel in the making and now also a fun workshop at Free Space Health Centre!
I am always blown away by the creative thinking of kids and their comics were all as unique as they themselves were. I had the best time and am looking forward to the second workshop on Wednesday 22nd August!
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I’m currently working on a Flow series based on strong emotions.
Flow is a girl who came to visit us humans on Earth, and experiences human life in all its riches and intensities, with curiosity.
She experiences emotions like a toddler; you feel it, express it and let it go.
No hanging on to the past, no lingering in the stories…just letting it go…
Sounds so easy…
At the moment I am working on a picture book that is all about bees. I love creating the digital collages and play with it.
Year 5 of Shaftesbury Park Primary is joining the WorryBoy story and are creating some amazing things to show in June for the exhibition!
Two schools in Bethnal Green have just begun…can’t wait to see what these creative minds are going to come up with! It is a true privilege to share my vision with this bunch of brilliant humans…
Here a little sneaky-peak of what Year 5 is working on. Work in progress! To see it all, you’ll have to come to the Oxford House in Bethnal Green, 11-29 June 😉
We began the story by making a diagnosis…what could be in Jonah’s head??!!??
What are your worries? We are currently working on some spooky shadows…a little detail below:
Engage your imagination and you are connected to everything!
#makingupworlds #connected #dreambig #belugasareawesome #imagination #remainchildlike #innocence
Just playing with paper, a bit of paint and stamps…right!?
…bring on Halloweeeeeeen!!!
Playing with paper and cardboard…work in progress