Photo by Carmen Gray

About me

As a neurodiverse artist and illustrator, I like to draw (pun intended) from personal experience and employ my artistic creations as a therapeutic tool to make sense of the world around me and process my thoughts and emotions. Although my work allows me to reflect on the specific challenges that arise from my experience of being neurodiverse, I maintain a positive outlook and strive to communicate feelings of happiness and optimism by incorporating lively colours and subtle humour.  My affinity towards natural forms and organic shapes is driven by the tranquillity they bring amidst inner and outer chaos, yet I am also drawn to the predictability of structure and repetition. In addition to drawing, my special interests include elephants, kites, crochet, basketball, and board games.