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The Resident covered the Elephant Parade National Tour's final stop in Bromley, featuring Twiggie in the article!

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This month I'm featured in 'How to look like yourself' by image adviser Mandy Lehto in Psychologies Magazine. The issue is out today!

Here's what Mandy told me: 'The purpose of the How to look like yourself is to empower women to be braver in their clothing choices, in whatever way feels authentic to them... You're just perfect for this column. I'm glad you were so open and up for it. I'm sure you'll be a massive inspiration for thousands of readers.'

Big Fabergé Eggs, elephants and one very large mosaic... Read my recent interview on Artfinder.

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Breno, Oil on Canvas

Breno is a great guy, talented musician and the founder of Lost Gravity. I got to chat with him over coffee and learned so much about the busking scene in London and music in general! 

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An exhibition celebrating the IOE SU Centenary.

The IOE SU hosts the International Education and Culture week (IEC) week every year as a way of celebrating the talent and diversity of staff and students at the IOE. 

Exhibition Dates: 12-16 May 2014
Location: IOESU Room S13
Open daily from 12- 19pm

James, Oil on Canvas

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Jan, Oil on Canvas. 

This portrait of Jan is the first in my series, exploring buskers on the tube. While this version is still work in progress, it is important to me to keep the feeling of a quick, almost sketchy impression.

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Following all the media attention surrounding Bulgarians finally acquiring full EU freedom of movement rights, the Kensington & Chelsea Today paper decided to find out more about the positive sides of Bulgaria and the Bulgarians who already live in the UK. I am profiled in the feature, together with one of the IOE Students' Union murals. Photograph by Suzanne Mitchell.

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I spent last weekend in Nottingham, running elephant painting workshops for kids (and a few adults) in intu Broadmarsh and intu Victoria. The workshops took place in the Elephant Parade shops in both malls. Every kid got an elephant and lots and lots of bright paint. It's simply amazing, how creative and fearless young children can be about expressing their ideas. Check out the pictures in the slideshow to see some of their creations!

 
In the last year I've really enjoyed being an artist member of Artfinder. It's a beautiful and easy to use website, showcasing some really great art! I have found their team to be very professional and responsive. Artfinder has now introduced the option to pay by instalments on all orders above £300, with 0% interest!

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