The St Giles Trust, a wonderful London based charity who help rehabilitate ex-offenders, commissioned a print and presented it to Prince William as thanks for his patronage of the charity during 2013. http://www.stgilestrust.org.uk/news/p216793-st-giles-trust-welcomes-hrh-the-duke-of-cambridge.html
Snaps from the opening of 87a Lower Marsh, a pop up exhibition curated as a domestic show by Samia Calbayrac in Waterloo, 13 May to 3rd June. I’m proud to have been involved with the curation and have my work hanging amongst so many wonderful pieces.
A few images from 87 Lower Marsh – a pop up exhibition curated as a domestic show by Samia Calbayrac, taking place in a house in Waterloo from Monday 13 May to 3rd June. A collaboration between Breese Little and Julian Page Fine Art, this exhibition makes public an exciting selection of London’s current young art… Read more »
Delighted to show with City & Guilds at the London Original Print Fair, housed at the beautiful Royal Academy.
I have been selected for a two week expeditionary residency on a boat in the Arctic Circle. I’m very excited to be joining fellow scientists, artists, writers and educators for Autumn 2014.
Here are a few behind the scenes shots of Tipping Point, a temporary installation in the ASC Window Space which runs for a month between November and December 2012. The display explores the relationship between contemporary Western lifestyles and the balance of the Earth’s ecosystem. Arranged in a temporary installation, images can be read individually… Read more »
Fun to have a few paintings hanging in the Royal Marines Barracks in Wandsworth, following recent Shoulder2Shoulder exhibition.