I was born in Gravesend, Kent in 1965 and am proud to be from the bottom right hand corner of Britain, where I still live (and work full-time in the real world).
My style of art is self-taught. I enjoy painting and in my work I try to express the strange goings on inside my head using shape, colour and texture to show my own interpretations of what I see in nature and my own take on everyday life.
I believe that art should be in the community and part of everyone’s everyday experience and am committed to making exhibition and performance spaces in new public venues such as the Iron Pier Brewery in Gravesend.
Recently, I’ve been involved in several collaborative art projects, including production of Hand of Artists playing cards. I’m currently developing a Christmas card project which will help fund some Christmas cheer, this year, for the lonely and vulnerable.
I’ve got several exhibitions of my work coming up around Kent this year – watch the events page and my Home Page blog for more information – and I was fortunate to have my artwork chosen as part of Liberty Open Call 2019, to be made into fabric and launched this Spring as part of new Liberty London collection.
This is a new website. It will be developed and improved over the next few weeks. I hope you enjoy it.