Andrew Pegram is a printmaker, photographer and draughtsman born in Muswell Hill, London.
As a teenager, in the 1960s, his personal love of art flourished under the encouraging hands of his art teachers at Highgate School, the widely celebrated Royal Academicians, Kyffin Williams RA and Anthony Green RA. Despite suggestions that he pursue a formal art school education, Andrew joined the 150 year-old family cabinetmaking, shopfitting and interior design business.
That was until 2000, when following the closure of the family business, Andrew took the bold step of reigniting the passion of his youth and enrolled in a foundation course at Sir John Cass School of Art and Design in London. He went on to complete a full Bachelor's degree and began practicing as an artist professionally.
Since then, Andrew has developed and refined his own signature styles of printmaking, draughtsmanship and street photography. Andrew's early career goes a long way to explain his consequent preoccupation with buildings, interiors and the built environment. Throughout his prints and photography, Andrew combines a fascination with the urban environment with a stylish graphic style, articulated by simple bold line and form and a pop-art palette.