Born in Birmingham in 1964, I graduated from Birmingham School of Art in 1987. Initially I worked as a wildlife illustrator, then went into teaching, slowly moving further away from what I trained for…

 In 2007 I moved with my family to New Zealand, an adventure that gifted me the time and courage to paint again, which is where the interest in seascapes developed. Here I exhibited in solo and group shows, with works now held in private collections. 

On returning to the Uk,  and now living in Lympstone, Devon, my focus has shifted to British Wildlife, and the conservation status of our iconic species.

My paintings are usually oil on wooden panels.

2017 

2018 Winner British Wildlife Open

2019 Solo Show AceArts Somerton, Somerset

          Joint Show Harbourhouse Gallery, Kingsbridge, Devon