Byron expresses his ideas and visions in any medium, without restriction.
He exploits the freedom of his art by experimenting with photography, woodwork, printing and painting; allowing himself and his work to mutually evolve in an organic process.
After studying Furniture Design at Kingston University in London, Byron moved to Berlin in order to fully immerse himself in his creative exploration, for an entire year.
Returning to London, he now indulges his conceptual life in his creative workshop where every piece of art is formed to satisfy his personal pursuit of inner happiness and tranquillity. He uses his skilled hands to settle his mind.
The artists, who surround him, such as David C. West, remain as Byron’s fundamental inspiration, easing his attitude to life and creative prowess.
“That’s what I love about this area of London; I’m surrounded by creative people who create things that make them happy.”