I was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. As a first-generation Canadian born to Guyanese parents, my life was always filled with music and art. I began drawing at the age of three, and my parents immediately discovered that I possessed an advanced level of artistic ability.
In high school, I was one of a handful of students chosen to attend an immersive art workshop where I learned to create murals, still-life drawings, figure drawing and composition. At 18 years of age, I sold my first painting, and have since continued to sell paintings on a regular basis.
I later graduated from Humber College with a diploma in Radio Broadcasting (with a focus on Copywriting and Announcing), Sheridan College with a diploma in Visual and Creative Arts, as well as the Centre for Distance Education where I obtained a diploma in Graphic design – also achieving the President’s list with an overall grade average of 97%. As a result, my art style can range wildly from classic portraiture, to bold pop-art and even to eclectic advertisement-ready cartoons or abstract shapes.
Now, armed with my traditional art training, graphic design skills and my
advertising experience, my goal is to beautify the world with my unique style and boundless creativity.
Exhibited “No Comb, No Worries” at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto, Ontario, during Black Creators’ Month, February, 2017.