Charlie graduated from the London College of Communication in 2012 with first class honours. He followed this up with a postgrad in 2013. During this period he worked on a number of film projects in various roles, including editing the feature film My Accomplice, which was nominated for best British film and 2014 Edinburgh Film Festival.

Now he alternates his freelance design career
with his print-based arts practice at Absorb Arts
Studio in Dalston.

This unorthodox trajectory has given Charlie a thirst for exploring the boundaries between print and screen-based imagery. Themes such as male body image, intimacy, entrenched Western narcissism and voyeurism emerge via fuzzy, super-saturated camcorder moments, screenprinted artworks and loose lightbox creations.