Artists wield great power through sharing their gifts, often working with the unknown. The unknown is part of the creative process, but when you get stuck there, it can be painful and exhausting to be out of the flow. Stay too long, and you can lose confidence, direction and your sense of direction. You start playing small.

I’ve supported hundreds of artists to make breakthroughs in their practice through my work as a tutor, workshop leader and mentor for over 15 years. I was a founder and director of Ch-Art, an artist-led network, taught BA level students at two UK universities, and am currently programme leader for the Foundation of Art & Design at West Dean College of Arts & Conservation.

In 2019 I graduated 100 days Training with Psychology of Vision, am currently a Mastery student.

As an artist myself, I recognise the pitfalls

As an aspiring trainer, I have learned the tools to facilitate life-changing breakthroughs

As a tutor, I am skilled in guiding creatives to find their own pathways

I will support you to boldly achieve your direction and goals, to be true to your gifts, your self, and your purpose.

What do you want?

Enquire about a one-to-one mentoring session,

In large measure becoming an artist consists of learning to accept yourself, which makes your work personal, and in following your own voice, which makes your work distinctive.
― David Bayles, Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking


ARTIST SALONS smallerArtist Salons provide feedback and discussion to help you develop your work. The sessions focus on the work itself. In each session up to six artists can present. You don’t need to present work to join, you can learn and contribute to the creative discussion to extend your own ideas and get your creative mind invigorated.
These are informative and inspiring.

If you are presenting, bring something you are working on currently, or something already completed.

£15 per session online forum.

Let’s start the conversation…