Upcoming exhibitions:

Due to Covid -19, very few upcoming exhibition opportunities!

Current exhibitions:

Wychwood Art Gallery : Available Online
The Great Print Exhibition 6 : Rheged Centre, Penrith. December 2020 - March 2021
Prints on show : Craft Centre and Design Gallery, Leeds.
Wave 7 Gallery : Cornwall.

Recent exhibitions:

Featured Artist Exhibition : The Old School Gallery, Muker. 2019
The Great Print Exhibition : Rheged Centre : Penrith. 2019
Slip : Contemporary Ceramics : Sunny Bank Mills, Leeds. 2019
The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair : The Hepworth Wakefield : 2018
PrintFEST 2018 : Ulverston, Cumbria: 2018
Sheffield Childrens Hospital Print Artists Exhibition : Long Gallery. 2018
An Ode to the Humble Jug : Lotte Inch Gallery. 2018
Winter Exhibition : New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham. 2018
ArtsMix Art Market : Leeds
The Mustard Gallery : Langholm, Dumfries
Art at the Altar : Penistone
Art in the Pen : Thirsk Auction Market
The 'Freshly Pressed' Print Fair : Barnsley
Holmfirth Art Week : Holmfirth
The Hepworth Wakefield Christmas Market : The Hepworth Wakefield
Holmfirth Art Market : Holmfirth
Sheffield Print Fair : Millenium Gallery
Holmfirth Art Week : Holmfirth
Hepworth Christmas Market Wakefield
Joint Exhibition with Simon West : Bath
Julie Langan Glass : Ormskirk
British Craft Trade Fair : Harrogate
Harley Gallery : Worksop
The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair : The Hepworth Wakefield
Biscuit Factory : Newcastle
Bankside Gallery : Chelsea, London
Same But Different Art Fair : Temple Newsam, Leeds
The Bowery, Leeds.


I am a Yorkshire based artist and printmaker and take inspiration from the landscape around me as well as from a small stretch of the North Cornwall Coastline, a place that has been a haven and retreat for the last 20 years. The landscape there is constantly changing between visits. The weather and the sea alter the geography of the beaches, erode the rocks and play tricks with the colours. I have tried to record the physicality of some of these changes in my prints. They are an emotional response to these ever shifting landscapes.

The Still Life works, despite containing recurrent vase, jug and bowl motifs are a study in form, colour and the relationships between these elements much as a landscape would be. I love building up the layers of colour and imagery until the composition and colours are working well. Some of the prints are made up of many layers, some may only have two or three. To see this process in more detail please watch this video. Giorgio Morandi and William Bailey are two huge influences on my Still Life work.

There are various processes employed in the making of these prints and paintings including monoprinting with lino and stencils, etching, screen-printing, digital grounds, and oil painting. All are printed on archival acid free printmaking papers.

As well as making art I work as a Principal Learning Officer and Part Time Lecturer at Leeds Beckett University teaching printmaking.