I am a fine art printmaker based in Bradford, West Yorkshire. I have a particular interest the relationship between people and the places in which they live and work. I’m also curious about just what it is that constitutes beauty in an environment.

Although I have a very broad interest in landscape, it is the city and its environs that is the major focus of my work, and even my rural landscapes usually feature the marks of habitation.

In recent years, as a member of Inkers Printmaking Group, I’ve been involved in responses to urban and industrial museum collections, most recently Bradford Industrial Museum, and Bradford Textile Archive.

I have exhibited regionally and nationally since 1996, with breaks during which I’ve worked in arts management, supporting other artists in their work; as Director of Fabric in Bradford as Manager of the Art House in Wakefield, and as Chair of Saltaire Inspired. I’ve now returned to following my own practice.

After working in etching and drypoint for more than a decade at my studio at South Square Centre in Thornton, Bradford, I’ve now downsized, and returned to concentrating on direct drawing.