The Yellow Klaw Experiment

My parents arrived in the UK from their native Hong Kong in the diaspora of the late 60's and early 70's as economic migrants when Hong Kong was a British colony.

My experience of growing up as a first generation British born Chinese was a kaleidoscope of 80's pop-culture with the geopolitical backdrop of HK and China unfolding on the world stage.

These are all subjects that I hope to explore in my work and the Yellow Klaw is the pseudonym I have adopted for this endeavour.

I chose the name for its roots in pulp novels and comic books as well as its connotations to the complex relationship between Eastern philosophies and Western values.

Furthermore, I think a lot of fun could be had when working under such a nefarious moniker!


The Experimental Album

A new series of work in progress exploring the merger of figurative study with a topical narrative and pop culture all in an attempt to create my own visual language.

2020 Portraits

this series of portrait works was a reaction to the 'nine portraits series'



a collection of paintings produced in Berlin 2009/2010 during the recession


a collection of work produced at the beginning of lockdown in the spring of 2020