I first became aware of graffiti as an artform in the early 80s as it came over to the UK packaged as part of the then emerging Hip Hop scene.
As I had always been a keen a talented artist I found myself drawn to the brightly coloured graffiti murals that I'd seen in films like 'Beat Street' and after watching early documentaries like 'Style wars' I found myself getting more and more interested. This led me to painting my first graffiti piece in 1985 and then spending the next few years completely obsessed with the writing culture.
As we moved into the 90’s I took my artwork away from the streets and onto canvas where I managed to exhibit and sell some of my work in small exhibitions and shows.
As the years passed by I started to drift further away from graffiti and I began to experiment with a other mediums like acrylics, inks and pastels before returning to college to attend a course in computer graphics and digital art just as we moved into the 21st century.
But it had always been graffiti that was my number one passion, so quite unsurprisingly, it wasn’t that long before I returned to the scene where I first cut my teeth.
Nowadays graffiti and street art has developed into a global phenomena of which I am glad to be a part of and happy to say that after all these years it's still my passion as well as my living.
Over the last few years I have collaborated with many top artists and organisations on various commissioned pieces, events, workshops and other projects.
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