Creative Process

Michael uses a variety of techniques and applications which may include painting, airbrush, photography and digital collage. It is important for him to have an open-minded approach to the creative process and not limit himself to one technique, application or medium. He enjoys experimenting and is interested in the effect of shapes and forms and how they can be arranged together over interesting grounds to create space and movement.

The digital element within Michael's work is also a very important part of the whole process. He can digitally enhance the marks and textures which he has experimented with, fine tuning colours to get them exactly right and moving marks and shapes to form eye-catching and unusual compositions. When a design is considered a finished piece, it is stored as a high-resolution file and ready to print using the exact colour space used in creating. The finished prints are produced with the best equipment, ink and papers which are approved by the Fine Art Trade Guild.

If you would like something special for your home or office, please don't hesitate to contact Michael, he would love to hear from you.