ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

I now spend my days in the studio, creating semi abstract seascapes and landscapes. When I get the chance, I venture into the lakes, mountains, and coastlines of the North West of England. Scotland is also a great inspiration and luckily, is not too far from me now.

Born 1975, In Buckinghamshire, just on the outskirts of London.
After graduating in 2001 and gaining a BA Honours in Fine Art Painting, I fell into Graphic Design and worked mostly for the finance sector in the City of London – St. Paul’s and Moorgate. After years of creating at a desk and in front of a computer I wanted to head back to the painting studio and found the perfect one, tacked to the side of an old steam museum, in Kew Bridge. It was a great place to rediscover my love of painting – a more tactile way of creating. After a few successful exhibitions and involvement with some great galleries, I became a professional Fine Artist. I original worked on portrait paintings and still create a few every year. It took a couple of years before I started to experiment with trying to capture the sense of place and produce abstract seascapes and landscapes paintings.

After a decade or so painting in London, I was lucky enough to be able to relocate and I now live with my wife and two kids, in Lake District National Park. On some weekends I share my studio with my nine-year-old daughter and five-year-old son, who one day might follow in the footsteps of their dad and also become artists.I now spend my days in the studio, creating semi abstract seascapes and landscapes. When I get the chance, I venture into the lakes, mountains, and coastlines of the North West of England. Scotland is also a great inspiration and luckily, is not too far from me now.
Born 1975, In Buckinghamshire, just on the outskirts of London.

After graduating in 2001 and gaining a BA Honours in Fine Art Painting, I fell into Graphic Design and worked mostly for the finance sector in the City of London – St. Paul’s and Moorgate. After years of creating at a desk and in front of a computer I wanted to head back to the painting studio and found the perfect one, tacked to the side of an old steam museum, in Kew Bridge. It was a great place to rediscover my love of painting – a more tactile way of creating. After a few successful exhibitions and involvement with some great galleries, I became a professional Fine Artist. I original worked on portrait paintings and still create a few every year. It took a couple of years before I started to experiment with trying to capture the sense of place and produce abstract seascapes and landscapes paintings.

After a decade or so painting in London, I was lucky enough to be able to relocate and I now live with my wife and two kids, in Lake District National Park. On some weekends I share my studio with my nine-year-old daughter and five-year-old son, who one day might follow in the footsteps of their dad and also become artists.

SEE THE PAINTINGS

Seascape and Landscape Paintings
Portrait Paintings
Abstract Paintings