I enjoy opening up my art practice and skills with others and the conversations that are possible with young people. Experiencing dyspraxia or dyslexia is about seeing and perceiving things unconventionally and it can be isolating, but it will be exciting to equip others with new tools and work in new and adventurous ways, particularly working in artistic ways. We are ‘wired’ differently and it is rewarding to use different approaches to teaching in order to help others achieve their potential. I always felt that I struggled at school never really thinking I was reaching my full potential so I am really looking forward to working with students who will hopefully gain more confidence and enjoyment through the projects we do, particularly those who struggle with mainstream education.
Royal College of Art, 2016, Printmaking