The Thames The ARTery of London
 2016
Devon House, St Katharine's Way, St Katharine Docks, London
Exhibition of contemporary art and sculpture exploring the themes of the River Thames in London
Open Exhibition
2015
Peckham Platform, Peckham High Street, London SE15
Open exhibition to local artists
London
2015 -  2016
We Built This City, Carnaby Street, London
On going show of work for sale on the theme of London by a selected group of artists and designers
Expedition No.2: To The North!
2014
A Secret Club, Aarhus, Denmark
Each invited artist was given a different part of the 'story' of the exhibition to 'the north' to illustrate.
Dogs of London Interactive Magnetic Map
2014
Volte Face, Great Ormand Street London
As part of London Design Festival 2014, we made an interactive installation of a magnetic map based on my Dogs of London piece. (with Garudio Studiage)
Expedition No1: The Eastern Forest
2014
A secret Club, Aarhus, Denmark
an exhibition on the theme of an explorer in 'the Eastern Forest'.
Doggy Delights
2013
Bakehouse, peckham London
Dog based paintings and prints
ABCDogs & Strigiformes
2012
Westbourne Grove Church ArtSpace, Westbourne Grove Church, Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RW
Through classification humans attempt to make order from nature:
For this exhibition I have classified the dogs into an alphabet and alliterated the titles with a background colour to add a sense of poetry.

Strigiformes are the order of birds to which owls belong.
These are unique pieces using mix media and taxidermy materials to create engaging and transfixing paintings, capturing the enigmatic air of mystery which surrounds these nocturnal birds.

Super Duper Nova, Collage Exchange
 2012
Cinema, Øst for Paradis, Aarhus, Denmark
Invited artists were given specific items to make a collage with. Also featured in the Super Duper Nova zine alongside over 20 international artists, designers and illustrators.
Dogs of London
2011
Westbourne Grove Church ArtSpace, Westbourne Grove Church, Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RW
Dogs of London 'Map' and individual prints. Tongue in cheek social observations of the different areas of London, who lives there and what dog they may own, in beautifully illustrated form.
Budget Budgies
2011
Butterfly Walk Shopping centre, Camberwell, London
Special edition of 'Budget Budgies' commissioned by Camberwell Arts week (with Garudio Studiage).
Drawings of budgies spoting the similarities between budgie breeding and budget high street brands, creating a wonderfully exotic display of feathered friends
Fantasy Zoo
2009
The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, Euston Road, London
Garudio Studiage chose 30 of their favourite artists to receive an imaginary budget of £10,000 to ‘buy’ animals anywhere they can find them and create the zoo of their dreams. My work included life size drawings of a tiger, an Arab foal, a husky dog and a mainecoon cat.
Dogs of London / The Night Watch
2009
Commercial Road Library Exhibition Space, London Metropolitan University, Commercial Road, London E1
A selection of work from Dogs of London and Night Watch themes
A Unicorn Compendium
2009
Westbourne Grove Church ArtSpace, Westbourne Grove Church, Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RW
Paintings, prints and a life size drawing looking at the unicorn myth.
The Night Watch
2008
Westbourne Grove Church ArtSpace, Westbourne Grove Church, Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RW
Humans have long been fascinated by owls, they display so many anthropomorphic characteristics, we cannot help but see them as endearing charicatures of ourselves.Their voices have a mournful human quality, encouraging humans to place their nocturnal fears and fantasies on the shoulders of the owl. I made unique pieces using mix media and taxidermy materials to create engaging and transfixing paintings, capturing the enigmatic air of mystery which surrounds these nocturnal birds
Acrylic Kitten
2008
Ada Street Gallery, Ada Street London E8
A celebration of the world of cats and kittens through art and design curated by Garudio Studiage.
The Three Legged Fox and Other Stories
2008
Adrem Dream Space Gallery, Dufferin Street, London, EC1V
Group exhibition featuring new work by the collective Garudio Studiage, including collaborative work and individual pieces.
The Red List
2007
Broomfield Gallery, Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, Essex
The Red List is a list of Threatened Species put together by the IUCN (The World Conservation Union), who have created a system for assessing whether a species is threatened and, if so, the severity of the risk - Critically Endangered, Endangered or vulnerable. I painted one animal or plant from 11 different categories of species, (Primates, Ungulates, Elephants & Rhinos, Rodents, Bats, Dolphins & Whales, Reptiles & Amphibians, Invertebrates, Fish, Birds, and Plants) each of which is on the list.
Zoo-a-logical
2005
Knapp Gallery, Regent's College Inner Circle, Regent's Park, Regent's Park, London NW1 4NS
Group show based on research at London Zoo. My piece was 'Souvenir of a Tiger' ; a tiger made from 2000 badges pinned to canvas to represent the decline of the different sub- species of Tiger.
2 x 2 to Alphabet Zoo
2005
Westbourne Grove Church ArtSpace, Westbourne Grove Church, Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RW
This series of paintings were inspired by the story of Noah's ark. I painted a mammal from each letter of the alphabet, using the pair format to create interesting and unusual compositions. The bright coloured backgrounds add a contemporary twist . They were all oil on canvas, some of them mixed with enamel paint.
Home
2004
 Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1RU
My 'Toys Are Us' photographs of My Little Ponies were included in this group exhibition on the theme of 'Home'.
The Reading Room
2004
Sherborne House, Dorset
exhibition of artists books, including my piece 'Latent'( made with Envelopes, rubber stamps, cyanotype print on paper which fades on contact with u.v. light (to be saved by placing in water for 1 minute).
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