Available Works

Biography

Azarra Amoy (b.1989, UK) is an artist and designer of Jamaican and Trinidadian descent. She is visual thinker and her practice can be defined in three strands: artist, designer and creative strategist which overlap, allowing Amoy to bring her design led ideas, concepts and solutions to a variety of creative scenarios. Amoy has used personal stories, local histories and the built environmental landscape to inform the artwork design and has been commissioned by brands such as Adidas and Big Creative Education. Her striking visual narrative draws references from culture, community, hope and power. Amoy is currently expanding her creative studio where she will provide creative consultation, workshops and exhibition opportunities to emerging artists. Azarra lives and works in London, UK.

Education

BA, University of the Arts London, 2010-2012

Diploma, University of the Arts London, 2008-2010

Diploma, University of the Arts London, 2007-2008

Press

2020, Azarra Amoy on art and activism, and why we all have the power to make positive change, Creative Boom

2020, BLM Mural and Mazz Murray, BBC

2016, Azzara Amoy Christie: The UAL Graduate with Wings, Shades of Noir

Exhibitions

2016, UNMASKED WOMEN, Gal-dem V&A Takeover, London, UK (Group)
2016, Black Blossoms, Highlighting the Voices of Black Women, London, UK (Group)
2015, London Design Festival, Creative Chaos, London, UK (Group)