A Jamaican and British West Londoner born in Notting Hill, as a young teenager I began exploring my creativity through painting the walls and trains of West London, with my dad occasionally taking me to the train yards in the dead of the night.
Encouraged by filmmaker Barney Platts-Mills I helped to set up the Portobello Film Festival, a free film festival helping lo-to-no budget talent get their films shown on the big screen.
I now work as a Creative Set Designer for both advertising and editorial content worldwide within photography, film and events. From conception to final creation I review proposals, concepts, build and source set elements, which enable client and creative ideas to become reality, whether studio based or on location.
Winner of the 'Fine Art' category in The British Photographic Awards.
Gold and Silver winner at Bifa.
Special mention in the 'Creative Review 2021'.
Editors Pick 'Life Framer'.