You have a truly incredible portfolio of work. From working on album covers for The Police, The Cure and Roxy Music, to building the miniature sets and characters for the first two series of Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends. And all of this was before you became a painter.
How have you managed to remain relatively anonymous in a world of social media?
I guess that’s because I have been working hard on my paintings over the past few years, building up a body of work that I am happy with both conceptually and technically before putting it out there. I’m now with the James Freeman Gallery in London and have had two exhibitions with them; Another Country and Ages of Innocence, so my work is at last getting the exposure I want both in the gallery and online.