I have been experimenting with art since the late 1980's having graduated in Fashion from Central Saint Martins school of Art. I worked briefly in the Fashion Industry as an Internationally published Trend Predictor and Teacher. I have exhibited my paintings internationally in the U.K, Holland, India and the U.S.A spreading a message of global love and peace, dressed up in contemporary chic. The paintings look at the evolution of ecological issues, anti violence on both local and global levels and celebrate the beauty and fragility of life on the planet. I am interested in the deconstruction of gender stereotypes and sexual and racial prejudices and the exploration of LBGTQI+ identities issues in a world that might perhaps benefit from a wider message of unity in diversity. My paintings explore the evolution of today's ecological crisis. I am inclined in my practice to a bias towards conservation of nature and animals, where nature reserves and parks rather than Zoos and hunting are the norm. Other paintings refer to business and production and the need to redesign the way we use the earths resources with renewable energy and a reduction of fast fashion and over production of unrecyclable consumer goods. My images have been displayed as posters on London Underground, as Cambridge Folk Festival site art, with work selected for Stonewall auction, Cambridge International Airport, lotus Land Estates at ELAN, Sweet'Arts Exhibitions and with various published interviews.