I am a UK-based printmaker and artist educator, from Toronto, Canada. I specialise in printmaking and museum education, and have extensive experience delivery workshops and short courses in the public institutional and charitable field. Trained in stone lithography, screenprint, etching and digital media, my own work explores the notion of knowledge responsibility, the architecture of memory, and cross media exchanges.
Much of my work explores urban landscapes, construction sites and maritime histories, and incorporate cultural symbols and icons to create a narrative about our interaction with spaces over time. My latest body of work attempts to break down my own sense of aesthetic identity, heavily flavoured with the patterns and colours of Hong Kong, a city that grabs, embraces, repackages and redesigns everyone and everything with which it comes in contact.
I also like folding, printing and making at random, so there is also a lot of work that doesn’t make any sense, but I have been assured that is perfectly normal.