This month of November and this Year of 2012 is my 10 th Anniversary of being diagnosed HIV Positive. Back in 2002 when I was finally diagnosed, I never thought I would be living 10 years on? Just...
Submitted on : Nov 26, 2012
This project (See my blog about the Red Ribbon Dress ) originally began in 2004/05 and was as a sort of ‘Coming Out’ piece about being HIV Positive and was made for my end of year show. The Original...
Submitted on : Aug 13, 2012
I was invited along to a HIV Support Group this month, a Woman’s group. I was asked along because of the Artwork I create and because of the fact that I am ‘Out’ and ‘Proud’ about who I am and how...
Submitted on : Apr 2, 2012
Well it’s been a while, but I’m back and inspired to write my blog. It’s now February 2012 and the year has really flown by…Good and bad events that have marked this year as an anniversary of a House...
Submitted on : Feb 15, 2012
This year 2011 has been my 10th World AIDS Day as one of the survivors of this wicked ugly disease. I went a long time undiagnosed, flying under the radar so to speak but this disease even then...
Submitted on : Dec 2, 2011
First I must apologize for taking so long to blog. Life has been a little crazy. I am now represented by a new gallery in the West End of London, in Nottinghill so there have been many trips back and...
Submitted on : Oct 10, 2011
Whatever people say, however they say it….being HIV Positive is a Life Sentence….That is, if you are one of the lucky ones that is in receipt of HIV medication. I didn’t have much choice in the...
Submitted on : Aug 3, 2011
Back in 2006 while I was starting my first year of my Fine Art Degree, I was given the Project Brief: AUTOBIOGRAPHY. This was it, this was the time to disclose my status, this was the time to tell...
Submitted on : Jun 10, 2011
Definitely “ No!”. I carry it and many of its kind every other day and for those that look at it, a few beautiful words is all they may see and maybe for those that have an understanding of HIV, the...
Submitted on : Jun 2, 2011
Isn’t it weird how two words can have so many different connotations and contradictions when used to describe people and things? Let’s start with the word ‘Negative’- not a word that people like to...
Submitted on : May 24, 2011

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