Cambridge Science Festival 2021

I’m very happy to be one of the contributors to the Cambridge Science Festival in association with the MIT Museum in Massachusetts, US. I’ll be talking about pareidolia drawing. As the entire festival is virtual this year due to Covid-19 restrictions, my talk has been pre-recorded and is available to view online throughout April. IContinue reading “Cambridge Science Festival 2021”

Just Imagine Exhibition Winner!

I’m delighted to share the news that I am one of 12 artists to win the World Wildlife Fund’s recent creative callout for UK artwork. Based on a theme of hope – for a reimagined future where nature is put at the heart of our decisions – one of my pareidolia drawings has been chosenContinue reading “Just Imagine Exhibition Winner!”

On Sharing Pareidolia

The recent launch of my website has quickly revealed how interesting it is to share pareidolia artwork.Pareidolia has been defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “The tendency to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern”. Yep, that definitely feels familiar and those meaningful images that I perceive asContinue reading “On Sharing Pareidolia”