The quality that first attracted me to screen printing was that you can combine photographic, digital and autographic drawn and painted marks and make them all part of the same piece. This really excites me. I always start with drawing, perhaps a building, or an environment or an object, then add unlikely characters. I love the romance and innocence of old films and musicals and often add characters from them to a modern urban setting. Or, I use an object, like a TV or a car, to set the image in a certain place in time. Objects from the seventies often feature in my work because they remind me of my childhood. I aim to have a surprising or humorous, or evening unsettling narrative running through each piece of work, something intriguing that makes you ask questions.