The nature of street art means it’s public and therefore impacts on it’s surroundings and the communities around it.

Murals brighten up grey spaces, they ask questions, provide answers and most importantly can bring people together and represent a neighbourhood.

A huge part of what I love doing as a graffiti and mural artist is sharing my skillsets with other people to keep the scene alive over many different generations, cultures and backgrounds.

I have led many graffiti workshops, street art tours and events and I’m always looking for other ways to involve the community in street art.


My experience in art education includes:

-Graffiti Workshops & Birthday Parties

-Seasons Art Class Teacher (Fine Art: 16 week courses - pencil / watercolour / pastel /acrylic)

-Creative Youth Network (Urban Art for Complimentary Education & Pupil Referral Units)

-The Prince’s Trust Assistant Tutor (3 week Urban Art Course)

-Mentoring Club - Paper Arts

-Lead Artist for Community Redevelopment in Hamp,Bridgwater - Sustrans

-Workshop Facilitator for Community Redevelopment in Sedgemoor,Bridgwater - Sustrans

-“Show Me That I Matter” Graffiti Workshops - York Council

-Graffiti Workshop for Howe Hill Housing Project - York Council

-SisterWorks Graffiti Workshop - Bristol

…and many more.