Polymath: (n) " a person whose expertise spans a significant number of different subject areas."
Over the past few months, I've recently discovered my true position in society as an artistic polymath. I am a writer, composer, photographer, sound designer and pencil artist. In my spare time, I also enjoy textile crafts such as cross-stitching and knitting. However, my main passion is a writer - specifically a playwright.
Despite this, my works of diversity all have one thing in common - a connection to Mother Nature. I often look out my window and, by admiring the garden my family has nurtured, become inspired to create the pieces of work you see and hear on this website.
Skyscrapers. Highways. Housing estates. A lot of our natural environment is slowly being swallowed up by urbanisation and technology that embrace the use of artificial intelligence. Every year, hundreds of animals lose their natural habitats due to the greediness of mankind and many complex eco-systems are destroyed.
My aim is to encourage others to take back the beauty of the world as Mother Nature intended. There is a lot we can do to bring the world back to its natural state. Whether it means making sacrifices on the use of modern technology or even making full use of the resources nature currently presents us with.
Recently, I’ve started to become detached with the buildup of cities and suburbs. It saddens me just how much of our natural environment has replaced by skyscrapers, housing estates and highways, and continues to do so through the greed of urban developers who just want to make money. Part of me wishes I was living back in a time when the city was nothing but country area. I would dearly wish for this to actually come to fruition again but I know I can never do it alone – or if it is even possible.
So, help me make a stand against industrialisation and please don’t let mankind destroy what’s left of Mother Nature.