Miracle on the Hudson

I canoed down the Hudson from Albany to NYC as a journeying artist. Before the trip I did a little research about the river. Not surprisingly the 'Miracle on the Hudson' story featured in my reading. ...

Tiny Dancers

Carnival inspired monoprints. Gelatin printed backgrounds. Black and white cut outs overlaid. These prints are only 10cm x 8cm, hence tiny ...

La Clandestina, Mexico

A residency in La Clandestina cultural centre in Campeche, Mexico. Working alongside musicians and international volunteers. Work created included a mural, and a fence weave on chicken wire and customised ...

100 Turtles

100 turtles commissioned by a turtle conservation team. Hopefully they will raise bundles of funds to save the next generation. Screen printed onto a collaged ...

Text Exchange (aka Fridge Door Project)

A text exchange project that involved taking a fridge door around the North of England. The door was set with magnetic letters reading 'follow your inner moonlight; don't hide the madness' - a quote attributed to Allen GInsberg. Participants enjoyed a cup of tea and a ...

Hudson River Journey

Artist residency on a canoe journey down the Hudson River; from Albany to Brooklyn. The Miracle on the Hudson print was created from research prior to the trip and went on show at the BIRE gallery in Beacon with some of my other environmentally themed ...

Usumacina River Journey, Mexico

Canoe journey through the Mexican states of Campeche and Tabasco. This residency resulted in a series of screen prints: The Howler Monkey (AKA I want to eat you). The noise created by these howling creatures is THE most terrifying sound in the world. Especially at ...

Oakwood Clock Series

Series of three prints featuring the Oakwood Clock, a local landmark. Originally the Oakwood Clock lived in Kirkgate Market, Leeds City Centre, before it was moved to Oakwood a few miles away. Two of the prints are based on the how the clock may have been ...

Pollination Fence Weave

A small installation on a chicken wire fence to celebrate the creation of a new allotment space in a cultural centre in Campeche, Mexico. Taking advantage of the hexagonal pattern of the fence, pathways were sewn. There was a ‘seed’ at the end of each. The paths ...