Kirsty Latoya

is a 20-something-year-old artist from South London

who specialises in digital illustration.

 

As an Artist, a Speaker, and Author Kirsty not only tackles the issues of representation in her art, but also looks at the subjects if mental health that are all too often left to the sidelines.

She concentrates on important issues such as mental health through her art.

As an added bonus Kirsty offers a digital art course, that could hopefully spark more young talent to follow in her impressive footsteps.

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