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multi-media artist:

sound and image


MA (Dist.) Sound and Image 2015

BA (Hons) Fine Art Painting 1991 

  • Twitter - Grey Circle


What is that noise?    12 - 27 May 2018

A new commission from the Horsebridge Arts Centre with an Arts Council England, this is a sound installation for the Why do you never speak? project the Horsebridge, Whitstable.


The piece is inspired by T.S. Eliot's poem The Waste Land and my time spent in the Journeys with The Waste Land research group at the Turner Contemporary, Margate.


  • 2017

Earthbound Women and Friends at Horsebridge 11-18 October

  • 2016

Hazelwood at Horsebridge 2 - 8 March


Small Hythe Gallery 20 August - 10 September

  • 2015

symptoms of the world, 2 - 24 August

  • 2014

100 Years of War, Töne Festival, Chatham. Kent 9 - 15 June

 Ashford Visual Artists, Horsebridge Centre, Whitstable 24-28 September

DIY11 Atmospheric Pressure, Folkestone Fringe 11-14 September

Selected for Artist Residency, Stour Valley Arts, Forest Studio

  • 2013

MA Fine and Applied Art (graduate & certificate) exhibition at the Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury.

A Different Viewpoint The Front Room at The Beaney in Canterbury.

  • 2012

March 16 - April 5  The Thinking Line (panel selected) Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury

June 4 - 9  AVA , Ashford, Kent

June 1 - 17  SEOS, Little Chart, Kent

June 16th - 17th Kent Affordable Art Show, Bethersden

April 14 - May 31 Frickleton Fine Art

July 1st with Naked Eye Gallery at the Brunswick Town Art Fair

August Ashford Art Market, Kent

1-16 September Whitstable biennial Satellite


  • 2011

October 2011 - January 2012 at Kings Hill, Maidstone with Frickleton Fine Art

2nd - 4th December AVA  Christmas Art Fair,11am - 4pm at Godinton House

14th - 16th October Landmark Art Fair, The Landmark Arts Centre, Teddington

22nd - 29th August with Pure Form at the Secret Gardens, Sandwich

4th - 9th July with Pure Form at the Bay Art Gallery, Herne Bay

3rd June- 26th June: Ashford Visual Artists at the West End House Gallery in Smarden

4th - 19th June 2011 South East Open Studios

5th May - 25th May, SEOS exhibition at The Artroom, 16 North St, Ashford

21st April - 12th May SEOS exhibition at Cranbrook Library Gallery

January 2011 The Landmark Show, The Landmark Arts Centre, Teddington

December 2010 - April 2011 The Stark Gallery, London

  • 2010

December  Christmas Art Market, Caxton Contemporary, Whitstable

November 18th - 28th Kent Art Space with Canterbury Art Fair at Creek Creative, Faversham.

October 16th - 17th Autumn Art Fair, The Landmark Arts Centre, Teddington, London

July - August  The Secret Gardens, Sandwich

August  Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury

May - June Georges House Gallery, Folkestone

  • 2009

Moore on Form, The Chapter House, Canterbury Cathedral, Kent

Canterbury Art Fair, Canterbury, Kent

Midsummer Art Fair, Landmark Arts Centre, Teddington

  • 2008

Pure Form, Georges House Gallery, Folkestone, Kent

  • 2006

Eye>Eye, The Gallery on Cork Street, London

  • 2004

Le Perroquet, Aix en Provence, France



I trained in fine art painting, which has a tradition of d.i.y. practice that has carried on throughout my career.

My experience of attending a Quaker secondary school has finally brought me to working with sound, image and silence.

I am cautious of nostalgia, including nostalgia for analogue technologies and I have embraced the digital.

I have sought out training and worked to acquire the skills to record, photograph, digitally manipulate, edit, master and produce my sound, film and internet works myself.


The Thinking Line (2012) Canterbury Christchurch University.

ISBN 978-1-899253-92-0

internet projects


darkarchive is in development. It is conceived as a sound and image internet piece. It will be both a website and podcast that act as a factional platform for the dissemination of digital sound and image artwork through these preexisting broadcast platforms.



photisms is a changing single screen web-page sound and image work. The short durational pieces confound expectation in small ways and explore some of the cliches in the languages of Film and the Gallery.


involuntary memory was the webspace that hosted the durational and temporary segments of my final MA sound and image work. The space has gone the way of so much internet content and has disappeared.




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