Teecaake as it stands today first started in between pages and pages of writing on my journal just after I finished high school in 2013. But I properly began to think of it as a serious venture in the summer of 2015. Soon after, Teecaake was born.
My art exemplifies many strong female figures both in the media and in history that inspire me. As a female of South Asian origin, having grown up in a cities as vibrant as Manchester and Sheffield, now living in London, diversity and representation is extremely important to me. I aim for my art to convey my views and who I am, but above all inspire others.
Pretty cafes and drawing – my favourite thing in the world!