How would you describe what you do?
I try my best to create art that I enjoy, and sometimes get to do that for others as well. What’s great about illustrating is that I use drawing as a way to visualise ideas – and I’m still learning, so I often come across new ways of doing that. I like to draw digitally; there are so many different tools to experiment with which I think is cool.
My work consists of a range of vibrant illustrations, inspired by comic books and characters from animations I enjoyed watching when I was younger. I’ve always loved drawing and always looked for a chance to be creative, and I’m glad to have worked alongside great people.
What are the main inspirations and influences behind your work?
I’m mainly influenced by comic books and cartoons as that’s what got me into drawing. I like how the medium allows artists to play with movement and exaggerate how characters interact with the world around them.
When I find time, I do figure drawings as it helps with presenting characters in different poses. Adding action and impact in those poses is the cool part, artists like Nikolas Draper-Ivey or Jamie Hewlett inspire me to keep working on communicating a sense of movement, and letting loose on the pages.