For as long as i can remember, i have always gravitated towards things like storytelling, poetry, and philosophy.
Essentially, anything which allows us to see the world in a different way - or to feel something we may never have felt before.
I am also extremely passionate about fine art.
And, being predominately self educated, take a lot of personal inspiration from the Renaissance Ideal of being a Polymath.
As such, i work across many different fields - from Fiction and Poetry; to Philosophy, Art, Photography, Science, Psychology and more.
But, in all mediums, my goal remains the same
To tell stories
To express emotion in it's purest form
To bring philosophy to a new audience
And to create work which is timeless.
Short story "Judes" published with Unexplained Mysteries.com (2012)
Debut book: The Diary of an Old Drunk (published in print, 2017. )
Short story Poor Guy - published 2018
Love and Loss - Published May April 2020
Stories of Sages and Sibyls - Published July 2020
The Fibonacci Model for Higher Dimensions - Published January 2020
Contributor on medium.com (Topics including Ancient Philosophy, Futurism and psychology)
Article published with LifeHack - Calisthenic Fitness Training (2016)
Various published articles on Philosophy, Psychology, The Arts and Futurism
I do not believe it is possible to be an expert in philosophy. Rather, philosophy to me is about being an eternal student. So i have always read widely - and continue to draw inspiration from a variety of sources. (Some of which are listed at the bottom of this page)
My key areas of interest are; Art Philosophy, Metaphysics, Ethics, Psychology, and Futurism.
Specialising in pure pen and ink cityscapes and classically styled portraiture
Completed first London Cityscape (St Paul's Cathedral) four months after first taking up drawing
Drawings and commissions sold privately to collectors in London and overseas
Photos published online, and in print
Past commissions undertaken for Luxury/high end projects
Particular passion for landscape photography - and it's purpose for increasing our reverance of the world around us
Main influences and Teachers:
Homer, Marcus Aurelius, Socrates, Leonardo da Vinci,
Michelangelo, Vincent van Gogh, Lord Byron, Kahlil Gibran,
Leo Tolstoy, William Shakespeare, Edgar Allan Poe, Sophocles,
Lao Tzu, Plato, Confucius, Epictetus, Carl Jung, Hermes Trismegistus.
War and Peace, Ana Karenina, The Count of Monte Cristo,
Les Miserables, Le Grande Meulnes, The Phantom of The Opera,
The Iliad and The Odyssey
The Meditations (Marcus Aurelius), The Last days of Socrates (Plato),
Confucius' Analects, The Tao Te Ching,
The Discourses of Epictetus, The Letters Of Seneca