As an artist, I believe sustainability is about meeting present needs without compromising the well-being of future generations or the planet. Climate change, driven by greenhouse gas emissions like CO2, poses significant risks, especially in product lifecycles such as art creation. Embracing sustainable practices, like using Forest Stewardship Council-certified wood and Inkjet printing with water-based pigment inks, reduces environmental impact. By choosing eco-friendly materials and advocating for a smaller ecological footprint, I aim to inspire positive change through my art and lifestyle choices. Practicing sustainability involves making daily choices that promote the well-being of all beings and ecosystems on Earth. It's essential for each of us to be mindful of our decisions, striving to harmonize economic, social, and environmental priorities to secure a brighter tomorrow for present and future generations.

  • Net zero carbon by 2028.
  • A commitment to use sustainable and earth-friendly materials in my art wherever possible through sustainable art practices.
  • Using recycled materials when possible.
  • A deep affinity and respect for nature and the environment through my work, to nurture understanding and sustainable life choices with my audiences.
  • Sustainable business and shipping practices wherever possible towards net-zero carbon.
  • Working with my non-profit ( to help the world's poorest people move out of poverty.
  • Support & alignment with the United Nations Race to Zero Campaign
  • Helping to create entrepreneurs, jobs, and sustainable income for people, families and whole communities through my art and charity.
  • A commitment to help rebuild sustainability within our fragile oceans.
  • Through Creative Life programs, a commitment to teach sustainability practices and help build more effective leadership to contribute to a better world for this, and future generations.