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Quietly masquerading as the sharp.line.hunter my work is driven by a serious passion for cutting and folding paper. I am drawn to the interaction of colour and shape, aiming to blend modern technology with the craftsmanship of handmaking.


Merging three-dimensional elements with the illusion of flatness, I am looking to create visually captivating compositions inspired by architecture and the details found within. 

Working in the engineering and design industry for the best part of 12+ years, I help businesses design, manufacture and launch products. I have always enjoyed working with physical materials and processes, and this translates into my creative work.

Currently I work for a Industrial Design Agency in central Bristol and a Trustee at The Design & Technology Association in Oxford. 

Studies: MA in Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking, UWE and BA Photography, Southampton.

I am a member Paper Artist Collective.

Originally from London, I currently live in Bristol, UK.

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What types of papers and glues do you use?

Either GF SmithDaler Rowney or Claire Fontaine 180gsm to 250gsm, with a smooth surface and solid saturated colour. Reliable and consistent in colour, they cut really nicely. 


Backing board is usually 380gm + to maintain rigidity. 


Occasionally I will use other papers for a different texture or sheen/reflection.


Aleenes High Tack-Glue and a 3M Spray Mount

A well worn bone knife and steel ruler to create crisp folds is a must.


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Do you sell your work?

Yes! Message me!

I post my most recent work on Instagram and I work with a great local framing company. 

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