I was originally born in West London 1995, my heritage is a diverse mixture of Jamaican, African, Irish, French and English. I am also a wheelchair user.
During the time when I was little, I was diagnosed with cancer. Being diagnosed at a stage where I was only starting to understand about my surroundings, was a very hard thing to swallow as you can imagine. It opened a lot of different obstacles that I needed to overcome to get where I am today.
I use photography, painting, fashion, silkscreen, film and any media that lends itself to the layers of my narrative that I am unearthing on my journey towards a version of self-actualisation.
Through my art I map a way to create my own understanding of my journey and the effect that prevalent attitudes of ableism and racism have on me every single day and moment. Also my work facilitates a mode of communication from my internal to the external world which is a catalyst for connection.