Art and architecture have a symbiotic relationship of mutual inspiration in my life. Having trained and practiced as an architect for several decades, I now enjoy the freedom of constructing three-dimensional, layered collages born out of my visual sensitivity and constructed by my imagination.
Urban decay, redundant structures, rust and graffiti are incorporated into pictorial worlds that show the beauty in decay.
The textures and structures of iconic buildings trigger three-dimensional tessellations that express form, colour and materiality in their compositions.
My artwork discernibly derives from my observations of the natural and the built environments, and the marks left on them by time and human intervention.
I work from my studio in Hackney, East London, and am a member of ArtCan and the Society of Architect Artists.