UCL Institute for Sustainable Materials review, December 2019


Spoilt Rotten showing until March 2018

Sumner Buildings featured on the front cover of Time Out magazine November 2017

Self Portrait with Bomber Jacket selected for Bankside Gallery’s National Original Print Exhibition 2016


National Original

Print Exhibition 2016

21 September – 2 October

The National Original Print Exhibition, established by the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE), is an international open submission exhibition celebrating the best of contemporary printmaking. As an art organisation run by artists, the RE is constantly working to create long-term opportunities for artists and promote printmaking to a wider audience.

Selected works will be exhibited at the Gallery from Wednesday 21 September – Sunday 2 October 2016.


17 May-17 Jun 2016

Mon-Fri 11:00-18:00; Sat 12:00-16:00 (closed 04/06/2016); Sun closed
Morley Gallery, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT

Inspired by… is an exhibition showing artwork made by adult learners from all around UK, inspired by the Victoria and Albert Museum’s collections.

Inspired by… 2016 is organised and hosted by Morley Gallery in collaboration with V&A Museums and supported by NIACE, craft&design magazine, the Rootstein Hopkins Foundation and the Linbury Trust.

Interloper 5B.360-2013I made this lino print, Interloper, inspired by Jenny’s Home, a plastic dolls house made in Northern Ireland in 1965. My print was the winner of the Museum of Childhood category.

Materials Research Journal publishes two of my prints to accompany an article by Mark Miodownik, December 2015Materials Research Journal