The landscape we inhabit shapes us just as we shape it through the stewardship of our environment. The loss of connection to the land becomes the loss of our selves.
My work records my own experience of natural phenomena. Printmaking and its various processes enable the image to be deferred, so that it becomes ambiguous and subjective.
1957 born Africa 1977 - 80 Ruskin School of Art, Oxford 1989 - 91 Camberwell School of Art, MA Printmaking (Distinction) 2001 - 2007 Cultural Dialogue programme with Turkmenistan. Sets up stone litho dept at State Art Academy, Ashgabat 2008 Residency at Guanlan Print Base, China 2008 - Part time lecturer at Craven College, Skipton