1. Who was your first artistic inspiration in your family?
What made this person special for you?
I have a memory of my mum drawing our dog Tammy when I was really young, I was blown away buy how good it was.
2. What was your most important mentorship experience before the age of 10?
Can’t really say I had any kind of mentor growing up.
3. What aspect of being An Artist excites you most?
I get to make up and live my own rules with regards to how, why and when I work.
4. What did you love to study as a child, as a teenager and what do you study now?
Maybe not study, But I loved to collect things when I was younger. I collected stamps, posters, old coins, foreign money, badges, plastic bags and a few other little odd things. I don’t really collect any more.
5. What are some of your creativity-conjuring rituals?
When I’m in that space where I’d like a brake from creating or I don’t feel creative, I take a brake, watch a bunch of movies, go for walks, see friends and am just much more social at some point I get bored of that n want to create again.
6. What do you hope to do?
Get organized. Been trying to tackle the task of making an inventory of all my work for a long time – It’s moving very slowly.
7. What have you done that really surprised you?
Made a career out of drawing.
8.What are your favorite colors to see on your plate?
Greens n reds
9. What do you love more than anything?