Drawing whilst attempting to walk the Peddars Way from Suffolk to North Norfolk.Read More
Reflections on the artwork of Jean-Michel Basquiat in light of the 'Boom for real' exhibition at the Barbican.Read More
A day spent retracing my steps in the capital through drawing on location.Read More
I am pleased to announce that I am now offering a service to draw houses. I can work from supplied photographs or draw the artwork on location. Prices start at £160 and include original artwork and a digital file. Perfect as a gift, for personal stationery or a greetings card.
Please call or email for a quote, stating what size artwork you would like and a date you’d like it by. I can then either visit your address or work from your supplied images. An initial sketch will be provided before final painting is completed.
I have been a member of the AOI for a few years now but only recently added my portfolio to their site. Being restricted to featuring just 20 images is quite a challenge, but in a good way as it has forced me to select images of my work that best represent me today. Great to see my work alongside people I admire.
Have a look at: www.theaoi.com
I ran the London Marathon this year and took along my sketchbook.Read More
My first solo exhibition at Two Fat Ladies Gallery, on Upper St Giles Street, Norwich on the 7-8 April.Read More
I'm proud to announce that I have an exhibition of portraits on the 7 – 8 April 2017 at Two Fat Ladies Gallery, Norwich.Read More
A day spent shooting film on a 35mm camera.Read More
Here's the scene during the Christmas day present opening ceremony at my family home. Mum dealt the presents whilst the rest of us waited in anticipation.
During the end of October I took part in Paint Out Norwich, one of the UK’s leading plein air art competitions.Read More
Back in the first week of September my girlfriend and I spent a relaxing week in North Cornwall, calling in on Bath on the way there and Bristol on the way back.Read More
Selling my wares at Norwich Arts Centre during it's always interesting Zine fair.Read More
As part of the Learning at Work week at Virgin Money's Norwich office I was asked to do a short session on drawing back in June.Read More
I attended Latitude for the first time this year and obviously took along a sketchbook!Read More
On Friday 10th June I had the pleasure of being asked to do a Live Drawing event at The Alley, a new bar/café next door to Moosey Art Gallery in Norwich.Read More
After doing a talk last year I was kindly asked if I would like to take part in another, this time at Moosey Art Gallery on Wednesday 30th March.Read More
Drawings of staff in the Virgin Money London office dressed up for the annual Halloween fancy dress competition. All drawn from life on the day.
On Tuesday the Chinese President arrived here in London and I was lucky enough to be at the Mall when the procession went past, lots of people lined the streets with banners, drums and paper dragons – looked like most of chinatown had walked down for the occasion. The Queen’s guards were there, household cavalry, marching band – the lot! As well as the mall being lined with Chinese and British flags. I know the UK has been accused of sucking up to China, not sure what I think of the politics, but this was a great spectacle to see. I saw the Queen in her carriage (well a clump of grey hair!). Another reason why I’m back here in London – love to capture events like this. This is what I got from base of Duke of York column.