His early United Kingdom subject matter was influenced by his fundamental training as a printmaker and designer for Her Majesty in the British Army, which continued to influence his current work and style when he went to New York to work in fashion and branding.

During this period, his imagery became centered around his fascination with portraiture and the female form.

In the transitional ’90s between rough and ready door dwellers to armed guarded jewellery stores, he developed an affection for the layers of tags and posters that formed a neglected, urgent, idiosyncratic, and incidental beauty on Elizabeth Street in Nolita, New York.

Prefab77’s current work represents the amalgamation of his numerous influences and obsessions.  Through visually stunning allegorical portraits, they incorporate fragments of popular culture such as money, street life, religion, music, and political beliefs to express abstract concepts or convey implicit meanings within the narrative.

A contemporary fable, narrating a tale or delivering a cautionary message, frequently of a political nature and occasionally expressing dissent towards authority, yet consistently presenting aesthetic charm.

The style is characterised as fast, hard edged and stripped down, depicting a dark world that includes Gangs, Goddesses, and Groupies, all intertwined with pure rock and rebellion.

A visually beautiful allegorical portrait created by a luxurious mixture of print, acrylic, spray paint, wheat-paste, and varnish. This portrait weaves together small pieces of popular culture such as money, street, religious, musical, and political affiliations. A modern fable, a story or a warning, frequently political, occasionally anti-establishment but consistently beautiful.