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From an early age, I have always had a passion for art and a creative spark that I needed to express. I have been a full-time artist for over 4 years and specialise in large textured abstract paintings. I feel so lucky to have people connect to my work and I pour my heart and soul into every painting.

I grew up in Harare, Zimbabwe and moved to Cape Town, South Africa when I was 15 years old. Both of these towns shaped a large part of my identity and am very grateful I had such a wonderful, nature-filled childhood. Being connected to Nature is where I feel most grounded and calm.  

The skills I learnt studying Film and Social Anthropology at University have helped me stay curious and always ask questions and dive into the deeper meanings of things. This helps my creative process now, as I am able to analyse and find meaning in my work, process and choices, and answer the 'why' in many of my questions.


I had a successful career working in Film Production in both Cape Town and Berlin and being part of the team of people creating a film or advert was a very fulfilling but exhausting experience. 

At 26 I started a new career as a Superyacht Stewardess and spent the next 4 years travelling the Mediterranean and Caribbean. This period of time was not productive in terms of creativity but the people I met, the places I saw and the experiences I had have left a lifetime of marvellous memories to draw inspiration from.


Becoming a  mother in 2018 was my catalyst to stop constantly searching for a meaningful life or career, but to live in the now and present moment. Through this grounding experience, my creativity exploded and painting was my natural outlet to express myself. And the rest as they say is history. 

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