The past two days I’ve posted a few pieces on social media that celebrated their fourth birthday – coincidentally they are both inspired by Macbeth.
It’s that time of year when everything gets that little bit more spooky and sinister.
Recently I did something I had never done before; I recreated an older piece of my own art.
In every blog post I seem to continuously talk about my inspiration.
In order to make art you need inspiration. Without it you’ll either find it very difficult to create something or what you create will turn out superficial and insincere.
I know I’m slightly late with this post, after all the image was created 3 weeks ago, but as you can see my blogs have been going out pretty regularly!
If there’s one area of the art world that I feel doesn’t get enough credit, or enough love it would be stock photography.
Last month one of my pieces turned 5 years old, and it’s one of my absolute favourites, even after all this time.
It has been quite a while since I created a self-portrait photo-illustration, 2 months in fact.
Sometimes you see an image that just sets your imagination on fire.
I completely hate creating art that incorporates water. Well, not exactly hate, but it’s a right bitch.
Last Saturday I spent the day shooting a new self-portrait series.