Upcoming shows and events :

BEAT Borough of Ealing Art Trail at OPEN Ealing Dickens Yard

10th – 18th September 2022


Foreword to the catalogue 2022

On my extended stay in south-west France this summer I documented my time painting small watercolours each morning. It turned out to be the hottest summer on record. I aimed to capture the changes with different times of day and night that reflected the growing intensity of that heat as it scorched the land and all those in it. If you know this landscape, you will recognise the transformations: if you don’t, I hope they will be brought to life in these pages.

Past shows

L’île au Tresor at the café gallery Institut Français language centre 06-12-19 to 06-02-20

ile de tresor 10  ile de tresor 6  ile de tresor 5

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Recent shows and exhibitions:

Blueprints for Scotland – Goldsmiths University Gallery London 2014

40 Handmade Cyanotype Prints. Painted Wall, Voting booth and Clear Ballot Box

Each print was selected from an open call out for images from Scottish nationals who were living in England in the run up to the 2014 Scottish vote on Independence and wished to comment on their relationship to their country and nationality.

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Voting for Independence


chief of clan

Say What! – Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka Croatia 2015

10 Spherical Sculptures, Inflatable Rubber, Silk, Felt, Canvas and Paint


‘Say What’ Mali Salon MMSU Croatia

Commission to create an exhibition that explored alternative forms of communication that activate the senses to stimulate audience interaction.

During the exhibition there was a series of open access workshops exploring the visual and tactile communication methods used in the exhibition for the partially sighted.


say what


Message on a Bottle – Ashcroft Arts Center Hampshire 2016

This group show explored the nostalgia of the book and the printed word in a digital age.

My work traced and responded to the timeless tale of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island.

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Whilst reading a book, time no longer conforms to the laws of physics, it stretches and overlaps. I have not yet had this sensation of complete immersion with any digital device. For this reason, I decided to honour my love of turning a books pages by creating a series of watercolours overlaid directly onto the pages themselves.  They are the preserved remains of tales told and hint at those still to tell.

Ashcroft Arts Center


Rooftop Exhibition – Hamden Gurney Westminster London 2016

Japanese Inspired wall hangings – wood, paint and coloured paper.


This series of abstract works was an attempt to capture the vagaries, fragility and buzz of contemporary urban life.