I think I’ve always been someone who likes to have their hands in many pots and approach things in a not so orthodox way. This has a lot of influence in my art as I love exploring different styles and versions of the human form in my work and making it a little abstract; partly because I love coming out with pieces that look quite fun and playful but mostly because I enjoy making art for people who don’t always see theirselves in traditional art. This extends to my minimal styled work too, focusing on the human form again and nature and little details – highlighting the beauty found in simplicity.