After training at London College of Printing, Sir John Cass School of Art and Camberwell School of Art, I went on to work as a scenic painter in the West End of London in the 80's before setting up a business creating signage,faux finishing and creating fine pieces of art in New Zealand.

Since returning to the UK in the early 2000's I have concentrated entirely on painting in oil and acrylic and now live in the Channel Islands. Most of my work looks to folkloric tales of the landscape for inspiration. Recently I have been looking at William Le Lacheur, a prominent coffee importer with economic and emotional ties to Costa Rica and creating a body of work relating to his life and achievements.


  • 2019 San Ramon Regional Museum, Costa Rica
  • 2018 Harbour View Gallery, Jersey
  • 2017 CoachHouse Gallery, Guernsey
  • 2015 CoachHouse Gallery, Guernsey


  • 1983 BA painting, Camberwell School of Art
  • 1981 drawing, Sir John Cass school of drawing
  • 1979 Foundation, London College of Printing


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