About Me

I am painter, printmaker and ceramicist who responds to perfume in two and three dimensions. Based on synaesthesia, where one sense activates other senses, I am currently collaborating with the perfume house Parterre, to explore artistically the colours, shapes, smells and textures of their four signature perfumes. This work is being prepared for an exhibition at Parterre’s home, Keyneston Mill, in Dorset in June 2022.

This work also forms part of an MA in Ceramics at UCA in Farnham, due for completion in September this year, 2021.

While I hope my work will provide an engaging and immersive experience for any audience, I am particularly interested in how my work could enhance the art experience for the visually impaired. With this in mind, I also have an exhibition scheduled for Moorfields Eye Hospital in London in 2022.

I have been exhibiting my paintings and prints widely across the UK and France with work in collections across the UK and Australasia.

Ceramics is a new venture for me and I hope that this new work, complemented by paintings, will add a valuable dimension to the art experience as we have been so deprived of the haptic and olfactory senses of late.

Let me know what you think! I’d love to hear from you.

Get in touch

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, August 2021.
Keyneston Mill, Dorset, June 2022.

Previous Exhibitions

Wessex Fine Art and Ceramics, Wareham, Dorset, one man show
KD Fine Art, Compton, Guildford, one man show.
Avartis Arts, Godalming, Surrey.
ArtOne, University of Chichester, one man show.
The Studio Art House, Leatherhead, Surrey.
The Oxmarket Galleries, Chichester.
The New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham, Surrey.
The John Palmer Arts Centre, St Catherine’s School, Bramley, Guildford, one-man show.
The Willis Museum, Basingstoke.
The Boilerhouse Gallery, Corfe Castle, Dorset.
L’Artishe Gallery, Swanage, Dorset, one-man show
Durlston Castle, Swanage, Dorset.
The Eclectic Abode, Swanage, Dorset, one-man show.
Coastal Gallery, Lymington, Hampshire.
Mermaid Arts Gallery, Rye.
Crafts Study Centre, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham