Inspired by the beautiful coloured buildings in Nyhavn, Copenhagen.
Energy can be harnessed by anything, and in this I try to harness good vibes and positive energy. I have used circles and bright colours to give it that softness.
This photograph was taken in Nice, France, where the stunning pink blossom on the trees complimented the drawing perfectly.
This is my take on a peacock feather, maybe a little different to what you would normally imagine it looking like, but a peacock feather nonetheless.
This photo was taken in Corsica, France, where I took a tour up into the mountains. The greenery was simply breathtaking and adds so much more to the drawing.
Inspired by the great Antoni Gaudí. He was often inspired by natural forms such as trees, caves and the human skeleton. There was no conforming to conventional architecture, and with that his buildings were often abundant with curving walls, organic structures, colourful mosaics and immense detail.
This photo was taken in Barcelona, Spain, in the Gaudi Park Güell.
There is nothing quite like the colours in the sky as the sun sets. And equally the harmony found in a mandala.
This photo was taken in Nice, France, from the top of Château de Nice.
This was my first green drawing and I really could not have asked for a better backdrop.
Taken in Venice, Italy.
I just love sunsets! That moment when the whole sky is illuminated with pink, yellow, red and orange is simply magical. You have no choice but to be very present in that very moment. And that is rare these days.
Shards of colour carefully chosen to be harmonisouly chaotic.
Another stunning sunset illuminating the sky as the backdrop for this special drawing. It tells a love story between two soulmates.
This photo was taken in Venice, Italy, on a Gondala.
London is home. And home is the people, buildings, the buzz, the underground, the multicultural values, the high risers and day dreamers.
Influenced by Buddhist symbolism and mandalas, spiritual symbols representing the universe.
My take on a traditional Mexican Calavera used to celebrate the Day of the Dead.