My Creative Vision And Process

When I start a new project, I feel every painting needs to develop its own unique character and personality.
I tend to have a vague idea to begin with and then go with a vision that develops as I work on the piece itself.



I’ve been messing around with skateboards and spray paints since my early teens, testing out various techniques and crafts, until music took a primary position in my life.

Unfortunately not being able to tour due to the pandemic in 2020, I decided to use my spare time to refocus on my art. I started producing more and more work which helped develop my style, getting results I’m really proud of. It also lead to more commissions and some fantastic feedback which spurred me on even more.

By mid 2022 I'd made the huge and terrifying decision to quit my day job and take on art full time.
Music and Painting are very similar to me, everyone has an end goal but the Journey and creative process are the most important part.


The Process

Here's a little look at what my painting process entails:

 After hours/days/weeks of digitally designing a piece I am happy with, I begin the long process of printing and hand cutting stencils, before I begin spray painting each layer, some pieces having upwards of 20 layers in total.



  This piece was done as a gift to the Donnelly brothers, the founders and owners of the Gio Goi brand, and was one of the first pieces I ever did of this size, helping me discover my love for painting on a much larger scale.