I will have a painting showing at the #200Fish Exhibition, North Sea Observatory, Chapel Point, Lincolnshire PE24 5XA from 23 August to 3 September, free entry, open daily. www.bit.ly/200Fish

This exhibition is inspired by each species of fish found in the North Sea and my piece, alng with many others, will be up for auction after the exhibition, proceeds going to the Lincolnshire Time and Tide Bell Community Interest Company to fund their arts activities. www.bit.ly/200FishAuction

There is also a hardback book available from www.bit.ly/200FishBook and an A4 exhibition catalogue.

Nocturnal oasis

Matfield evening



First Swift of the year.


Kentish Snow


Luna seems to have a couple of Mysterons following her!

Moon crossed

Snow clump

Love what snow does

Leaving TAN

Decided it was time to leave the artists organisation, TeesdaleArtNet, I kicked-off in September last year. Thanks for all the fish...


I've been following the trials of these Saiga antelopes for a number of years now and here's an explanation of their mysterious 2015 Mass Mortality Event. Warm and humid conditions triggering the bacteria Pasteurella multocida, normally harmlessly found in the saiga's tonsils, to invade the bllodstream causing blood poisoning.


Ever get that feeling you're neing watched?


All the best for this New Year!

Early spring-clean(!) I Found one of my very first drawings, done to get into Blackpool College and on the Illustration course. An environmental element even then.

Poisoned Sandpiper 1983. Graphite 200x120mm