I’ve always been creative, and spent years doing all sorts of crafts, but nothing kept my attention for very long.
Then in September 2011, I picked up a paintbrush for the first time since high school and realised that this was that “something I’ve always been looking for”.
Since then, I’ve painted or drawn almost every day and I feel like I’ve come home.
In 2013 I began painting bald girls, and just fell in love with them.
They’re so much fun to create, and what’s more amazing is that other people seem to like them, too!
Since then I’ve begun adding hair to my characters more often, but the bald girls (& boys) still hold a special place in my heart.
When I’m not making beautiful messes, I’m a wife of 15 years and mother to two.
We live in Sydney, Australia and dream of one day returning to live by the sea.
I’ve also had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) for over twenty years, which I contracted after a severe bout of Glandular Fever when I was 16.
For that reason, my art is created sporadically during good spells, which are ever-lengthening thanks to the creative outlet of my art.