Concentrating on the city's decaying and unique architecture, Gooderham tries to capture the singular beauty to be found in those neglected buildings that have fallen into disrepair as the living city continues to evolve around them.
Lonesome street corners that hold an attractive melancholy, above our heads are the shop fronts of crumbling and faded grandeur that most of us will pass by without a second glance. It is this element of city life that Gooderham finds intriguing and propelled to paint.
Born in 1977 in West London, Gooderham attended The University of Westminster to study Illustration. During the decade following this he temporarily exchanged his paint brushes for drumsticks and released a number of albums and singles to phenomenal commercial indifference. Following this sabbatical in the heady world of rock n' roll Gooderham returned to his first love of painting.