Larry and Agatha
Agatha's Men is a graphic novel which deals with sexual taboos and the subjugation of women in a short and sordid tale. The reader is introduced to Larry, a lonely guy who longs to meet his fantasy woman. The story follows his misadventures with Agatha, the woman of his desire.
School of Communication
MA Visual Communication, 2014
I am an artist and illustrator based in London.
Whilst observing the eccentricities of the marginalised , I am informed by my own imagination, experience and the documentary genre.
My practice employs drawing, collage, printmaking and book works. I am concerned with narrative as well as details in mark making and production.
Addressing current issues in society, my most recent work explores the objectification of women.
- BA (Hons) Textile Design, Chelsea College of Art & Design, 2012
- Arts Libris, Barcelona, 2014; Design Week, Milan, 2014; Rough Circle, Royal College of Art, 2014; Rusty Pipe, Painted Brick Graduate Art Festival, London, 2013; Art Books Wanted Exhibition, Czech Republic, 2013; 50 Thumbs Up, Art Station Gallery, New Zealand, 2013; KALIED, London, 2013; Designblok, Prague Designs and Fashion week, Prague, 2013; Degree Show, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London, 2012
- Best Comic Book of the Year, Edition Lidu, 2013; Quentin Blake Narrative Award
- Arana, Chicago, 2014, self-published graphic short story( In the collections of the National Art Library, V&A and MoMa); Agatha's Men, 2014, edition of 100, self-published graphic short story