The Work:

I construct multiple photographs and parts of images into filmic panoramic sequences as a way of reconstructing memory, presented in an abstract form. My work references Picasso and cubism, as well as panoramic photography and the the work of David Hockney. I have developed this style of working over the past ten years, the final works now becoming more and more elaborate, complex and abstract in their construction. Some are abstract scenes or landscapes that do exist, others are entirely constructed or reordered.

Interest in my constructed panoramic landscape images has steadily grown over the years and my style of work has become more individual, elaborate, unique and recognised. I have been asked to undertake a rapidly growing number of private commissions in this style as “one off” pieces of places such as White Horse Hill at Uffington, Oxfordshire, the famous Turner scene from Richmond Hill overlooking the Thames, as well as the South Bank in London.


Poole Arts Centre, Longfleet Gallery, Poole.Centre

Cafe Something – Jericho, Oxford.

The Arts Institute at Bournemouth, Bournemouth.

Candid Gallery – Angel, Islington, London.

Atlantis Gallery – Trueman Brewery, Shoreditch, London.

Cafe Freud – Jericho, Oxford.

The Gallery – St Edwards School, Summertown, Oxford.

Wyle Valley Art Trail 2009, The Stables Gallery, Bishopstrow, Salisbury

Faringdon Arts Festival 2010, Window Show, Oxon

Wylye Valley Art Trail 2011, The Stables Gallery, Bishopstrow, Salisbury

The Jam Factory, Oxford

Oxfordshire Art Weeks 2012, Faringdon Old Town Hall, Farindgon

Swindon Open Studios 2012, Wyvern Theatre, Swindon

Oxfordshire Art Weeks 2013, Faringdon Old Town Hall, Farindgon

Wylye Valley Art Trail 2013, The Stables Gallery, BIshopstrow, Salisbury