I love drawing and I love expressing myself in slightly different ways and play with digital collaging, thread & needle and ink & watercolour.
Drawing sometimes feels more like playful writing!
I’m very excited that the exhibition has been extended up to 10th April!!
On top of that, on 26th February at 6.30pm, Kathryn and I will be giving an artist talk and show people how our journeys through mental health led to the artworks we created!
It is free…and you’ll find all the details here! Hopefully see you there!
More on WorryBoy: www.WorryBoy.com
I’m very excited to be part of the IN THE MIND exhibition at Free Space Project in Kentish Town Health Centre!
Together with Kathryn Watson – My Illustrated Mind I’m showing my experiences with depression and anxiety in the form of visual storytelling.
The exhibition will now be on until 10th April! So, if you are in the Kentish Town area, drop by! It’s free!
I’m very excited!
I nearly finished my first collection of comic-art, called “The First One”.
It will feature some of my latest work and projects:
More information will follow soon!
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!
For more information: http://freespaceproject.org/whatson/
For more information about everything WorryBoy: www.WorryBoy.com
It’s been a real honour to have been interviewed for the latest issue of Art Reveal! Especially when I saw the artists I am sharing the limelight with!
You can read the interview below…and I hardly recommend checking out the other artists as well!
For 6 weeks Year 5 of Shaftesbury Park Primary in Battersea have been part of WorryBoy’s story. They have been a true joy to work with and I could not have had a better start for WorryBoy to come to life! They have been creating their own pieces of art and their work, along side with mine, will be shown at the WorryBoy exhibition in Bethnal Green at the Oxford House. 11-29th June…with creative minds like these it is bound to look good!