Thinking thoughts out loud……..


Contemplating The Absurd and SEARCHING for  meaning in a world seemingly without point or reason.

………..we all have a story to tell

………..In the subconscious we play to an imaginary audience and drift in and out of a subjective reality – the Theatre of the Mind.

………..Thinking about the space between fantasy and reality. The threshold of leaving one and moving into the other.

……… I went to the theatre, I am audience and actor. I will go again tomorrow.

………..of Liminal Performance – “located at the edge of what is possible”  Sue Broadhurst.

…………I hear the silence, it is shouting at me to listen.

…………Am I somewhere between fantasy and reality, between spirituality and reason moving constantly between dream and being.









2000 –  2001 Foundation,  Clifton School of Art, Bristol.

2001 – 2004  Illustration BA (Hons), University West of England, Bristol.

 2017 – 2018  MA (Fine Art)   Commencing in September.


2005 RWA Autumn Exhibition.   Untitled.  Oil on paper

2006 Society of Women artists, Mall Gallery.   ‘Stuck in the middle’. Oil on canvas

2016 Derwent art Prize – ‘The Guardian stays close to the troubled mind’. Charcoal Drawing.

2017 Drawn, Royal West of England Academy – ‘The Pillars’ Charcoal drawing.


2004 (Group) Conningsby, Gallery London.

2005 (Solo) Pleasure & Reality; Tobacco Factory, Bristol.

2007 (Solo) Symbiotic Relationships; Tobacco Factory, Bristol.

2008 (Solo) Wellington School, Somerset.

2010 (Solo) Axminster Gallery, Devon.

2012 (Solo) Absurdus; Tobacco Factory, Bristol.

2012  Severn Vale Art Trail, Thornbury.

2013 (Group) A pause in the noise; The Grant Bradley Gallery, Bristol.

2014  Severn Vale Art Trail, Thornbury.

2016  Severn Vale Art Trail, Thornbury.

2016 (shared) Liminal Space. Christmas Steps Gallery, Bristol.

STUDIO VISIT: If you would like to visit my studio please email me to make an appointment.




Artist in Residence

Artist in Residence – Thornbury Town Mayor, Helen Harrison. 2016/17

This residency is a first for Thornbury  and was initiated by Helen when she approached me to be her artist in Residence. Together we will explore what it is like to be part of the community of Thornbury.

Throughout the year I will be working with various groups in Thornbury to discover what  it feels like to be in their group and their place within the community.

Alveston Stroke Art Group

20th April, 2017

photos to come…..

Art Workshop for 7 – 11 year olds

28th January, 2017.

What a lovely group of children we had at Thornbury Library creating artwork with gusto. We talked about what it means to be part of a community and the things they get involved in. There certainly was no timidness when they created their own large scale  characters out of cardboard. Thank you to Thornbury Library for letting me run this.

Artist Book Project, Thornbury Library.  2016/17

You are invited to take part in an ongoing artist book project displayed in Thornbury Library as part of the Artist in Residence year for Thornbury Mayor.

For more details contact me, through my contact page.


Open Hours: Monday – Friday 10am-4pm

Saturdays 10am-2pm





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