The first in a series of drawings based on observed spaces of London where the city meets the earth. Connections to man made constructions, evidence where people have been, slow decay of time, continued growth underpinned with the soundtrack of engines and birds.
Summer of 1969
First in the series of commemorative drawings in celebration of the upcoming milestone of the Moon Landing. 50 year anniversary (July 2019).
Drawing urban spaces
Council Architecture: A visual exploration of time passing, the ageing conditions and the changing environment of a council estate in north London. Built post war during the 70’s the architectural utopian ideals of working class families building communities and a flourishing economy. Over four decades on - how do these environments stand the test of time?
A selection of collaged images as part of an ongoing project on creative responses to a visual cue.
Run run run
A series of work produced around the theme of ‘the self’
Internalised vacuum of thought
Gif - processing
Thinking of somewhere
Thinking of somewhere far away
Connections of Memory
'Connections of Memory' is part of a larger ongoing project exploring the relationship between memory and my environment, both real and imagined. This is a visual representation of how a ‘view’ (usually that of a landscape) sparks a sequence of memory and triggers an emotional response.
Its in the blood
There is a place called Desolation Wilderness
A series of drawings created in response to the joint artist residency with Stewart Francis Easton at St Mary's Art Centre in Virginia City - Nevada, America. Drawings from memory of the places we visited on our adventure in America.
A journal of a sequence of events occurring over a period of time and location in space.
Internal Wilderness is part of an ongoing project looking at ‘landscape and memory’ - our relationship with the environment, effects we have on the world and space around us and in turn it’s profound affect on our own memory and emotions.
Each of these landscapes is a starting point to a much bigger adventure that strives to answer the question of what lays beyond the horizon.
Within the space on each sheet of paper a world can be created either from a distant memory of a childhood holiday or from the desire to see parts of the world that for now are only dreamed about.
The 'Internal Wilderness' book has a selection of drawings from this series. 32 full colour pages printed on Tintoretto Gesso stock, 102mm x 152mm.