After an initial brush with spray stencilling in the mid-90's, Jim's eye was drawn to screen printing. Robert Rauschenberg was one of many painter/printmakers of the 50's and 60's New York scene who influenced Jim's shift in focus. Using a mixture of original screen printed material, his own photography, freehand drawings and found collage, Jim creates unique and sometimes complex hand pulled prints, no one turning out the same. They can vary from five layers to forty and can take weeks or even months to complete. Having printed on denim, silk, surfboards and many other surfaces, Jim's bigger images are printed onto canvas and reworked and refined using acrylics and spray paint. Jim's style is based on pop culture and pin-up imagery is guaranteed to inspire anyone who loves the louche and the lowbrow. As well as numerous solo and group shows in London and Bristol, Jim has painted and drawn on location worldwide. His work also appears on T-shirts, clothing, club flyers, records and canvases.