I met Taragh

"I draw. I paint. I perform. I design things, like this page. I take photographs too and make mini movies.

There's more but you want to see these things don't you?" she said with a smile. "Follow me."

I followed.

"Here are a few things I've made"

You can see more paintings and many more drawings on Flickr.

You can see more paintings and many more drawings on Flickr.

Before I'd arrived she'd been in

She always had lots to talk about

    I was still curious about her.

    She told me more about herself

    I was born in London. I grew up with a passion for painting, drawing and science.

    I freelanced as a designer. My first job was designing for a major record label. In my next job I learnt loads about how to design for the web, from Oyster Partners (now LBi).

    I set up my own company in 2002 called Enfabula. I currently work from time to time as a graphic designer and web designer but that's another story.

    In 2010 I got excited by drawing and painting again. I draw at The Bethnal Green Life Drawing Class and enjoyed The Prince's Drawing School.

    I've been one of the live portrait artists for Gallery of Mo at Movember's London Charity events for 2012 and 2013.


    I hosted a radio show for 18 months, called Radiogirls on MarlowFM. I've learnt to sing, performed live with the band Lo Slung, thoroughly enjoyed a six month music production course at SAE. I've written my own songs and electronic music.

    I have had over 130,000 views of my 233 videos on YouTube. I've done a little teaching at the University for the Creative Arts. I've also squeezed in trips to Thailand and New Zealand.

    I've learnt to act at the Poor School, KXOne and Springboard Drama. I've performed at the Pleasance Theatre and improvised comedy at Oxford House Theatre. I hugely enjoyed performing in the award winning show You Me Bum Bum Train.

    I share inspiration at inspiredday.co.uk

    Now there was something I wanted to say

    I replied

    by writing some words in a small box she'd left hiding in the corner, just down and to the right.

    Gallery of mo