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'You Are Enough' is a series of  murals painted across the capital depicting women of African and Caribbean decent, from in and around London. My aim is to inspire and celebrate amazing women who are not given the visibility they deserve. By utilising the power of a very public art form to shine a light and empower, I am paying tribute to ordinary women who do extraordinary work for the betterment of their communities and society.

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You Are Enough

Tracy

The 7th Subject of my ‘You Are Enough’ series is Tracy Blackstock, my sons Mother (no pressure lool) Tracy was born and raised in Oxford and is the second youngest of 9 siblings to first generation Jamaican parents. After her studies she spent several years...

Myvanwy

The sixth subject for my ‘You Are Enough’ series is Myvanwy Evans who I met through my cousin Kofi, and subsequently realised that we had many mutual friends. Myvanwy was raised in the 80’s pre gentrification of working class Shorditch. Incidentally she went to Uni...

Fungai

The 5th subject of my ‘You Are Enough’ series is my mentee Fungai Marima. Fungai was born in Zimbabwe and moved to the UK in 2007, following her adoption by her sister and brother-in-law after the tragic loss of her mother in 2000. She is...
Mimi Fresh

Mimi Fresh

The 4th Subject from my ‘You Are Enough’ series is Mimi Fresh FireMoonFresh. Mimi is my GF’s BFF (and my dance partner 😂). Mimi Is actually the first person I approached for this series and one of the last I am painting; this should tell...

Holly

The 3rd Subject in my ‘You Are Enough’ series is Holly Diana May Oluwo. I met Holly briefly some months ago whilst painting on Shoreditch High Street and even with our brief encounter was stuck by her openness and warm spirit. Holly was born and...

Mel

The second subject from my ‘You Are Enough ‘ series is Mel Butcher. Mel works as an office manager in the gaming industry. She’s a humble woman who is very much a connector of people and one of the biggest supporters in her community. She...

Mary

Nana Yaa Sakyibea commonly known as Mary, is a fashion and furniture designer from Tema and now based in Busua in the Western Region of Ghana. She makes beautiful clothes with a keen eye for detail, and says her work is not motivated by financial...