I am a printmaker, working in a range of techniques including etching, collagraph, drypoint, linocut, woodcut, monoprint and collage.  Images for the printing plate are usually inspired by observational drawing of life around me.

The imagery in my work reflects the enduring theme of life’s uncharted journey – personal and  universal, and its constant reflection in nature’s cyclical rhythm. Recurring themes are human and animal migration, and the idiosyncracies of human nature. Other strands of my life include being a T’ai Chi player, a Craniosacral therapist and a gardener, and each of these helps to inform and support my printmaking practice.

I have a BA in Fine Art from Canterbury Christ Church University, specialising in printmaking. My work has been shown at Turner Contemporary in Margate, the Cork Street Gallery and the Mall Gallery in London, and galleries in Canterbury, Whitstable, Deal, Folkestone and Tonbridge. I have also exhibited in the Charente, in France. I work from my studio near Folkestone, Kent.


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