Tell us what you do and your beginnings.
I attended Chelsea College of Art aged 23 as a mature student. I studied a foundation course, and I then went on to Camberwell College of Art to do a BA in Graphic design.
After I graduated I focused on photography. I’ve always been an artist though since as far back as I can remember. I dedicated myself to the practice full-time about 4 years ago.
I’m devoted to painting seascapes. I love water in all its forms. Water can be so emotive, calm one moment… roaring and dangerous the next. When I look at the ocean I feel that I’m home. I feel a sense of total calm and relief. I was brought up in Malta and we lived near the sea which I’m sure influenced me greatly.
What does your work aim to say?
We are all unique and individual. Just as I believe is our art. Ten people can paint the same apple and yet each painting will reflect that individual in some way. The clouds I paint are very emotive. I totally let go when I paint them.
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