Kim attended university once the youngest of her three children (a son and 2 daughters) began school. She has worked as a freelance artist andllustrator since graduating 1997. Her work has appeared on the covers and inside a range of books from gardening to meditation techniques. She has exhibited in UK alongside other artists as well as regular solo shows.
Kim began her teaching adventure at BISB in 2012 once all her children were at University. She has watched the school grow over recent years. She loves the vitality and variety of the students here, she feels lucky to work in such a culturally rich environment, sharing her passion for Art.
Kim believes that “Art makes children powerful “. She is convinced that everyone can learn to draw and benefits from doing so. She feels that through Art, children learn a fantastic range of transferable skills and sensitivities and develop the visual literacy so important in the modern world. She combines the use of technology with tuition in hand crafting skill and offers an exciting range of creative possibilities to students. The only thing more important than knowledge is imagination!
Kim is a practising artist working towards her next exhibition. Gallery visits feature in trips to the city but she lives in the country now, in a house on the river bank among the trees. Working in the garden means she doesn’t need the gym! She loves books and generally has a couple on the go. Kim is learning Hungarian.