Tudor in the wonderful owl treatment room he designed!
This isolation room in Kingston Hospital includes artwork that was designed by Tudor Morris, a talented artist who received treatment for cancer at Kingston Hospital as a teenager. He is now eager to use his special skills to improve the healing environment for children undergoing treatment as he did.
Tudor used the Momentum owl as part of his stunning design for the room, and it looks absolutely fantastic!
Above: Following Momentum's transformation
Children have always loved owls as they appear to watch over you day and night. Mo is the Momentum owl and mascot so, I wanted to make him the focus of my design.
Typically, children undergoing treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses spend long periods of time in isolation. This can be quite traumatic and frightening and it is not made any easier by the isolation rooms in most hospitals that can be very plain and clinical looking. Tudor's beautifully designed room with wonderful wall-art and murals will allow the children undergong treatment to escape into their own fantasy world and feel a little more at ease.
In addition to designing this beautiful room, in July 2014 Tudor swam The English Channel for to raise funds for Momentum. He is a keen fundraiser and marvellous ambassador for our charity.