I’m always looking to capture both light and shade, comedy and poignancy in my work which is often observational. Central themes are usually socio political in nature, and from popular culture with a particular focus on the displacement of the individual or social type and meditations on belonging. My work includes figurative, landscape and abstract, using a variety of mediums to suit the theme.

Although I work with variety of styles, there are familiar reoccurring notes, or textures. I like playing with duality between mediums and with the viewer’s interpretation of the work. There is a purposeful aim to suggest multiple interpretations in my portraits and cityscapes. My abstract work on the other hand involves an intuitive and unconscious process, enabling the viewer to find their own story completely separate from my own.

Lilford Gallery, Canterbury. Currently exhibiting

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, All Media 2019. Winner: Highly Commended

Pastel Society Annual Exhibition 2019

ING Discerning Eye Exhibition, Mall Galleries 2018

Sunday Times Watercolour Competition 2018

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists ‘Prize’ Exhibition 2018

Flux International Exhibition, Chelsea, London 2018

Parallax, Kensington, London 2018

Group Show, Store Street Gallery, Bloomsbury, London 2017/18

Solo Show, J White Framing Gallery, London 2018

Group Show, McGillan and Woodall, Ramsgate, 2018

Group Show, One Grand Gallery, Portland, USA 2018

Group Show, Grain Store Gallery, Faversham, 2018

Solo and Group shows, Stark Gallery, Canterbury 2016

Group Show. Fishslab Gallery, Whitstable 2016. Winner: Highly Commended

Group Show, Creek Creative, Faversham 2016

Artist in Residence, Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, Canterbury 2016

Featured Artists, Abstract Magazine

With Greg Dulli of the band Afghan Whigs receiving his portrait, Brighton Concorde 2 2017