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A Tribute..

A Tribute..

Recently, my uncle lost his battle to cancer. I created this piece straight after receiving this news. My uncle had a very dry wit & i always remember how he introduced me to the comic genius’s in the picture above. I still watch Blackadder to this day (comfort...

Sensory Overload

Sensory Overload

I wanted to create an image on sensory overload so wanted it to be very busy looking. I used red as the sign of danger as everything is in full alert mode. i also added the the moon cycles to the image as i have to been told to look into this and the affects it has on...

Accepting Your Gift..

Accepting Your Gift..

You can be the most beautiful person in the world & everybody sees light & rainbows when they look at you, but if you yourself dont know, all of that doesn't even matter.

Look through the storm..

Look through the storm..

I took a photo of the sun going down in the late evening & loved the mirage vibe it gave off. I wanted to create an image which related to the words “Look through the storm” - one of the first tattoos i had many years ago as a visual reminder. I love to use the...

Drowning in Isolation

Drowning in Isolation

If you struggle daily but still find time to check in & see how others are coping, keep being you.. Feeling mentally isolated & alien & yet still being able to reach & understand so many people is a strange feeling. Knowing people struggle to...

L O V E ?

L O V E ?

I wanted to create a light hearted picture with the typical images that people associate with love in an abstract colourful way.

A I R

A I R

Only from the heart can you touch the sky - Rumi

Walking Iconic

Walking Iconic

Featuring my Manchester ’Iconic’ art collection at Victoria station, Manchester - See blog

Art Connects..

Art Connects..

I created this image after receiving a call informing me that Harry Billinge MBE (D-Day veteran who created memorial to soldiers who died in france) had sadly passed away. I had created a piece of artwork in tribute to Harry a few years ago & finally got the...

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RIP Harry Billinge MBE LdH A national Treasure 03.05.22

After first seeing Harry Billinge MBE LdH on TV a few years back & finally meeting him on his 96th birthday last year (via zoom) & becoming good friends with his daughter Margot I was very saddened to get the call that he had  passed away. I blogged about the...

The High Sheriff Declaration – A Part of History 02.05.22

I first came across Lorraine Christine Worsley-Carter MBE DL back in 2020 after seeing she had tweeted a nice comment on Twitter regarding my artwork at Oxford Road train station. After a quick search & finding out a bit about her background I dropped Lorraine a...

Still a long way to go.. 30.03.22

As an autistic adult with a late diagnosis at 42 years old, has been life changing. It was very scary but at the same time I finally felt I was on the right track. Before I had my complete diagnosis I was discharged from the CMHT back to my GP. After I had the full...

Autism Awareness Week 30.03.22

It was great to have a feature on ‘On your doorstep: Manchester’ for Autism Awareness Week. I was asked to write a little bit about my latest ‘Iconic Manchester’ artwork to have gone up at Victoria Station & how that came about as well as my goals for the future....

We need change.. 22.03.22

Are neurodiverse & mental health conditions taken as seriously as other health issues? I know we have a number of awareness weeks/days etc but I feel there needs to be more changes made at a higher level to really make a difference.I have a notes app on my phone...

The MANC Feature 01.03.22

I just wanted to add this as its a big thing for me to have a feature in Manchesters own The MANC. The team are great and really polite. Another one ticked off the list - hopefully more features to come in the future. Proud MANC...

ICONIC MANCHESTER unveiling 23.02.22

It was great to be contacted by Northern to see if I could create a new image to brighten up the bridge at Victoria station, Manchester.  I have built up a great relationship with Northern & they have a great respect & understanding for my condition which...

2021 Evaluation 28.12.21

So it’s the end of 2021, & what a year it’s been! It’s certainly been a tough year for most people.  I myself have found it very tough going through my diagnosis of autism & having a crash course in understanding that. I am now at the second stage of...

“A poster boy for art therapy” 18.12.21

I am very grateful to finally be in this position to share my experience with art therapy & hopefully help others in the process. Please take a few minutes to read through the latest article on me featured in Quays Life by the brilliant Lorraine Worsley-Carter...

Neurodiverse Masking.. 08.12.21

One of the big things we all go through in life is being judged. We live in a very judgemental society. I am used to being judged, it’s all I remember from being young. Judged for my colour on my street as child is one of (if not thee) earliest things I remember. This...

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