“At 16 years old all I ever wanted to be was a sculptor, I’ve no idea why? I was just born with the need to make. While other teens were dreaming of relationships and grown up adventures I was lost in art. I spent every minute looking at art, reading about art and making art. I was obsessed with Barbara Hepworth, all sculptures and being an artist.” Read more.
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