I first became interested in printmaking as an art student in Bath, and have now been working as an artist and printmaker in South London for eight years. Having experimented with various styles, I now focus primarily on architectural imagery. Some time ago I undertook a six-month drawing of London, as seen from the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral, and have been fascinated by architecture and the urban landscape ever since. Screenprinting, more than any other technique, gives me the precision and control I need to reproduce very detailed line drawings. To this detail I like to add bright blocks of colour and an element of abstraction – none of my drawings are exact renderings of what I see – in order to produce urban scenes that are animated and, I hope, a little unusual. All of my works are drawn and then screenprinted by hand to a limited edition. Each print will inevitably look a little bit different, but I love the variability that is intrinsic to the printmaking process.