The UK Arts Directory is dedicated to promoting the skills and talents of ALL UK artists, whatever their genre
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From writers to editors, poets to potters, graphic designers to watercolourists…whatever your interest may be, the Directory will become your essential reference and guide.
Si has been a creative for most of his life. Writing songs, inscriptions for greetings cards and most recently scripts for film It is something Si finds naturally enjoyable.
“I have a great life, I make stuff up in my head, then bring it to life and hopes it makes people feel something, it’s better than the alternatives.”
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