I've loved public art ever since I did my first piece at the age of 14 with a spray can I found in the garage.
Graphic art training was a way out of school and also helped strengthen my skills and showed me different ways to apply my creativity.
When a traveller, public art helped build the feel of a city for me, and a desire to make a connection with it.
Seeing the artwork of the different ways cultures are able to adapt urban landscapes from within using art to connect with each other.
Building on what I have seen, I paint with passion, knowing that there are always further unique ways to create and express ideas.
I often work as Too Much Colour on large projects (comprising Dan Duggan, Darren Hutchens and myself).