Based in Texas, London has a love of art that began when he was young by going to museums and looking at the art in various coffee table books his mother kept around the house he grew up in. While she had a love of the Renoir's and the Monet's, London found himself drawn to the Warhol's and the Nagel's, which pushed him toward a more pop art style of work. Due to this, he's dabbled in various mediums, originally preferring acrylic paints and Copic Markers because they could provide the bold color he was looking for. Toward the beginning of the nationwide lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, he found himself growing bored of the familiar products and decided to try something less familiar. While he'd dabbled with watercolor in years prior, he'd never quite gotten the hang of them. However, as with any skill, practice helps with improvement and he soon found a new passion. From that passion arose an interest in going back to basics and focusing on anatomy and simplicity, which was a far cry from the direction he'd originally taken with art. After creating a few pieces, he began taking advantage of what social media had to offer and started an instagram and launched londonwayneafterdark. Doing so has allowed him to cultivate friendships with artists and models around the world, which has provided a constant source of inspiration to keep creating. With each new piece, he's found more and more that he loves working to capture the male form in all it's beauty.