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The process of creating art has always been an important part of the final product. The success of a finished piece of art is reliant, as much on the final aesthetic, as the process and journey to get there. One of the most important focuses of the work has always been to create an impression of the subject through accentuated characteristics and suggestive details, rather than life like realism. Studying traditional printing methods such as woodblock and drypoint printing has influenced finding ways of expressing structure, tone and colour, through intricate mark-making and negative space. Whilst human portraiture has always been the preferred subject matter, the desire to expand on artistic direction continues to take work into the unknown. Recent projects have focused on animals, and landscapes.

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