I grew up on Montague Street, Bloomsbury, London next to the British Museum. Bloomsbury was artistically stimulating and culturally diverse. My father was the African performing artist Prince Zulamkah. Our flat was filled with his colorful costumes, props, musical instruments, and his theatrical presence. At St. Martin-in-the-Fields School on Trafalgar Square my art instructors were encouraging. I’ve studied at Parsons School of Design, New York City. My art reflects the British, African and American influences on my life. As a self trained artist I love to experiment with design, color and texture in creating original artwork.