To Florence (via the National Gallery)

Several years ago when reading Art History at University I managed to get away with not studying a single painting from the Italian Renaissance. Shameful. At the time I was into all things… Continue reading

Winter’s morning in Wapping

Travels and new aquaintances

The last few months have featured a lot of travel, exhilarating and exhausting in equal measures. The downside of moving around lots is that there hasn’t been much time to draw, but that’s… Continue reading

A Head in a Hat beers

Many moons ago, I designed some limited edition labels for Meantime Brewery. Though I’ve drunk all my bottles since, a happy consequence of the job was meeting the delightful Peter Haydon, who has… Continue reading

Bronze at the Royal Academy

These last few months I’ve been taken up with making prints and framing things for my show, and starting a new job (not too far, I now work part time for the Prince’s… Continue reading

Nobly Bright: show now open!

York Minster towers It’s been a long day hanging and labelling in the Refectory at Southwark Cathedral… Here are a few more pictures to give you a taste. Of course my measly pixellated… Continue reading

Forthcoming show: Nobly Bright

I am very pleased to share a preview of a few of my pictures from my forthcoming solo show ‘Nobly Bright’ at Southwark cathedral. The show will be open from 26th September till… Continue reading

At the Tower with Spitalfields Life

Highly appropriate follow-up to Edward I’s castles, his next big building campaign was enlarging the Tower fortifications… My latest contribution to the lovely Spitalfields Life, with many thanks to the Gentle Author for… Continue reading

Edward I’s castles, Wales

I thought Wales was supposed to be a grey, cold, brooding, constantly-raining place. Last week, however, as we drove around Snowdonia, the skies seemed to emptying themselves of excess sunshine. Just as well… Continue reading

Four legs and two legs

Following on from my last post, I’ve also been studying the relationship between animals and humans as told through the history of art. Its been a joy to scour museums for animals, and… Continue reading

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