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From a young age I was obsessed with drawing. My older brother, Tim McMonagle, is an artist, and he went to art school before me and opened up that idea of, yes, that is something I can do.

Growing up as the youngest of six kids, you would have constantly been playing catch-up. What is your relationship with your brother like today?

We are quite close, we shared a studio for many years and we are still in the same building with our studios at the moment. We give each other feedback with our work and it is quite handy to have someone as close, as you can

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