Exhibited Artwork. | Solo | Group.

  • The Flux Review Winter Exhibition December 2022 – March 2023.
  • Colour. The Glasgow Gallery of Photography. February 2023.
  • Lovely Things. Brouhaha Art Gallery. December 2022.
  • From 2014 – 2022 i was a non-practicing artist due to illness and ceasing of creating artwork.
  • Group Show, Magistrates Court, Fenton. 2014.
  • 10 Year Solo Exhibition, Gallery 116, Stoke-on-Trent. 2013.
  • British Ceramics Biennial. The Art of Exhibiting Without Asking. Stoke-on-Trent. 2013.
  • Dream Space Gallery, London. 2010.
  • Artwaves Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, UK. 2009.
  • GPS Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, UK. 2008.
  • New Wave Exhibition, London & Korea. 2007.
  • Resfest Exhibition. California, USA. 2006.
  • Untitled Gallery, London 2005.
  • D&AD Commonwealth Institute, London. 2003.

Funded Projects.

  • Street Walks – Creator of Community Street Photography workshops, offering support and development in anyone wanting to begin or further their street photography interests.
  • Arts Council Funded Creative Mentorship Programme – Offering professional mentorship to artistic professionals and creative startup businesses.
  • Co-Founder of ONE ONE SIX Photography Open – A local photography open exhibition and competition. Open to all abilities and backgrounds, making photography accessible to a wide audience and building a photographic community.
  • Co-Founder of We Want Your Selfies Project. A community based photography project combining peoples selfie photographs with a public photo studio offering fun and entertaining green screen selfies.
  • Story Boarding & Art Direction Workshops for Stoke Your Fires Film Festival. Arts Council Funded Project to encourage more 16-18 year olds involved in creative industries with ongoing creative projects.


  • The slightest movement was a week-long residency tasked with daily challenging exercises – a process-based project to create a temporary community of strangers (including 13 core participants) who debated questions around tolerance and ‘otherness’.  The slightest movement raised difficult and fascinating questions – about art and its relation to place; about artists and their relation to people who aren’t artists; about who gets paid for ‘participating’; about the problems with parachuting in somewhere where you have no existing relationships; about the ephemeral nature of many participatory art projects.  The process confronted head-on the problems of working like this in a location like the West Midlands, Wednesbury, which is economically deprived and has limited cultural provision. It was described by a participant as “one of the most thought-provoking, poetic and intimate events that will shake our rooted moral certainties”.
  • Interrogation: West Bromwich. Exploring the question – What does this place you live mean to you, I asked the question to the residents of West Bromwich – What does West Bromwich mean to you? The outcome was the making of an artists book and photography to compliment the book.
  • Goonvean / Earth & Bone. Exploration of the open clay mines in Cornwall. This short project documented bone clay through its journey, from the earth to the many products that bone china is used for today. The final outcome was a series of photographic images and the making of an artists book.

Artist Talks

  • Invited to talk at the British Ceramic Biennial Symposium with Art & Architecture Journal. Subject – Regenerationism, Design, Creativity, Community, Heritage, and Change.
  • Invited to talk at Cardif Karolo Digital Design & Branding. Subject – The Art of Exhibiting without Asking.
  • Invited to talk at Liverpool Defnet Media. Subject – My Home Town of Stoke-on-Trent.
  • Invited to talk at Tobacco Factory Bristol. Subject – Doodles and Dilemmas of an Artist Sketchbook.
  • Invited to talk at various school, colleges, and universities on professional practice as an artist.