After 4 years of co-running the studio I co-founded, 104 Duke Street, it’s time for a change and time for me to move on. Since summer of 2016 I have been sharing studios with my good friend and talented artist Josie Jenkins. I gave up a corner of 104 Duke Street and Josie gave up a corner in her studio in Arena Studios and Gallery (see My two studios, joining Arena Studio and Gallery).
Since the beginning of March this move has become permanent, I have left 104 Duke Street to join Arena Studios and Gallery, moving into my own little space. I am very proud of what we have accomplished at 104 Duke Street, providing studio spaces for artist to work, and the exhibitions we have put on, such as 104 Duke Street presents, The Dark Side of LightNight. But I am looking forward to the next chapter and new challenges, and having the time and the mental and physical space (although a bit smaller) to dedicate to my own work.