I write limericks, illustrate them in bright colours, and paint them on walls.
I am inspired by science, nature, history, and everyday life.
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"...vibrant colours and memorable rhymes"
"...a wonderful rabbit hole of colour, creativity, fun, and community"
BBC RADIO LONDON
"...thoughtful, witty, and cleverly crafted"
THE NEW EUROPEAN
"...full of humour and life wisdom"
MY SECOND SOLO EXHIBITION
My second solo exhibition took place at 1B Window Gallery, where I hosted a limerick writing competition from August 1-28, 2023. The winning entries received an illustrated print of their limerick, and one hundred runners up were also displayed in the gallery after the show.
Three of my artworks from the festival. The paintings, left and centre, are from this year, working with Phill Creates, Avalon, and Yes Colours. The billboard was installed in Shangri La in 2019.
COLORS FESTIVAL IN CAMDEN TOWN
A room of science-themed limericks painted in fluorescent paint for Colors Festival in Camden, from May - September 2023. For more information and tickets please click HERE.
WILLIAM MORRIS MURAL IN LEYTONSTONE
My tallest wall to date, at 9.5m, painted on the side of Sit Collective upholstery studio in Leytonstone. The mural was commissioned by Waltham Forest Council.
BBC INTERVIEW FOR ANGRY DAN'S CUMBRIAN LIMERICK TRAIL
An interview with BBC Cumbria about Angry Dan's Cumbrian Limericks Trail - a series of 5 murals painted in Cleator Moor, Cumbria. The project was managed by Blank Wall Assassins. The murals are dedicated to famous British artworks that were inspired by the local area.
ONCE UPON A PLANET EXHIBITION
A mural about climate change in Cumbria, commissioned by Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery for their Once Upon A Planet Exhibition. The project was managed by Blank Wall Assassins. The design was accessioned into the museum's permanent collection, which is Designated Outstanding by Arts Council England.
MURALS IN MEXICO
A Spanish version of "All That We've Got Is This Pale Blue Dot", painted in Cholula, Mexico, with my friend, the artist, Tobias Ross-Southall, in May 2022.
A RADIO SHOW
My one-off special on the history and culture of limericks, including the world’s most prolific collector of limerick memorabilia, a stand-up comedian who performs entirely in limerick verse, a global project to rewrite the entire English Dictionary in limerick form, a journey into the folklore and history of the limerick, the Great Limerick Craze of 1907, and plenty more. First broadcast on Soho Radio on Sunday 3rd April, 2022.
A MURAL IN BRIGHTON
A commission on Southover Street in Hanover, Brighton.
A MURAL IN REYKJAVIK
A limerick mural in Downtown Reykjavik, painted in July 2021. Commissioned by Chats Palace for RVK Fringe Festival 2021.
A MURAL IN COVENTRY
A mural painted on Coventry Bus Station, painted in March 2021. Commissioned by Coventry City Council for UK City of Culture 2021.
A FILM FOR BBC TEACH
A short film about rhyming couplets, commissioned by BBC Teach in October, 2020. You can watch it here.
A TREASURE HUNT IN LONDON
A treasure hunt of 9 limerick murals painted in Walthamstow, East London. Commissioned by the Mayor's London Borough of Culture and Waltham Forest Council.
My sold-out debut show opened at 1B Window Gallery in August, 2020. It was described as "bright, bold... awesome" (Time Out), "truly amazing" (Secret London), and "full of humour and life wisdom" (Creative Boom).
A FEW STREET SIGNS
A selection of my street signs murals.
LIMERICK WRITING WORKSHOPS
A series of limerick writing workshops at primary schools in Waltham Forest. Email me if you would like to book a workshop.
AN ANIMATED RHYMING MONOLOGUE
A rhyming monologue, written and animated by me, and voiced by Sam Rix. The film was described as "masterful storytelling from an accomplished artist" (The Canary) and "ingenious" (The London Economic). It was selected for The Shortest Nights Film Festival. You can watch it here.
Painted for the Jealous Rooftop Project in January, 2019.
The Pale Blue Dot mural on Walthamstow Marshes, originally painted without permission in April 2019. Repainted with permission from Lee Valley Regional Park Authority.