Jina Wallwork is an artist living in Great Britain. All of the artforms that she uses are a part of her voice. For Jina, art is a means of communication. Her artwork has been exhibited internationally and it can be found in various public collections including the MoMA and the Smithsonian. Sometimes Jina speaks with images and at other times she expresses herself through words and music. She follows a flow of creativity that takes her in many directions. It isn’t enough to just create an image. Jina has created a portrait format alternative to the rule of thirds. It is a new composition tool that any artist can use to improve their artwork. Jina has a strong passion for education and a desire to reach a greater understanding of herself and the world around her. As part of her continuing education and development she has received a degree in Fine Art from Staffordshire University and she also has another degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the Open University. For Jina, learning is a constant and it guides everything that she creates.