Your work centres around the female form, what draws you to painting the female body?
I’ve always been fascinated by people and identity, and I find the female form in particular so stunning and picturesque. The way our bodies curve, cast shadows and reflect light reminds me of sand dunes. Aesthetics aside, my strong intersectional feminist views also inspire and inform my work. I love the messages that painting the nude female form can send. My art allows me to promote body positivity, sex positivity and empowerment, and opens up constructive and interesting dialogue about societal body standards and sexism. I want the world to see how powerful, beautiful and brave the women, trans and non-binary people I paint are for being vulnerable and showing their bodies to the world.