The Square Redrawn :Info

The Square Redrawn 2023

A reworking of Trafalgar Square, London.

Pen and pencil Drawing


Giclee prints now available, see SHOP

Aerial View :Info

The grounds of Marchmont House

A commissioned drawing in Pen and pencil


Berwickshire 2022

Box Room :Info

Box Room


Installation at Port Sunlight Village Trust, wirral, Merseyside

Part of the Meeting Point program from Arts and Heritage

With support from Arts Council England


Falcon :Info


Celebrating The Peregrine, a book of historic significance in the field of nature writing, by the Chelmsford writer J.A Baker


Screen printed vitreous enamel

For the Bond Street development Chelmsford

Through Commission Projects

Marchmont House Drawings :Info

Pen and pencil on paper 21-22
594 x 841mm
Commissioned for Marchmont House

Available as limited edition prints. See SHOP

Waxwing :Info

Tods former house and project

Gallery space
Artists residencies
Berwick upon Tweed
By appointment

Photos by Colin Davison

Drawings of Waxwing :Info

Drawings of Waxwing 2020
Waxwing House, Berwick upon Tweed
Pen and pencil on A3 paper
For sale £1000 each

Spectra :Info

Spectra 2021
Mural commission in response to the Centre Building
London School of Economics
Through Contemporary Art Society

Terrace Drawings :Info

Pen and pencil on paper,
Framed drawings for sale £700 See SHOP

Two hundred years ago, in 1818, the same year that Mary Shelly published Frankenstein, these smoke-belching Regency houses marched out of London into the countryside. The fields were mined for clay to fire for bricks, advance- troops of an accelerating industrial economy.

These drawings are reworked from a photograph of the terrace taken in 1958, that showed a smog stained structure mended with remedial brickwork, the building shaken by a WW2 bomb that exploded to the rear. This is the North London terrace that I grew up in—seven years before my parents moved in.

The house (on right) in its place on the street is formative to my work, linking interests in architecture, history, and our place in nature. Its small interior spaces, covered in 70’s wallpaper and my father’s DIY sensibilities, stack in my imagination to form a castle tower, or rocket. The exterior back space transforming from a yard complete with air-raid shelter and covered-over-coal- cellars, to that of carefully tended garden.

These drawings play with the building’s entire block, unleashing the contents of the house back at itself. What is possible, where are we going? In celebration, ruin, and revamp, through the rise and fall of economy, human conflict, and cultural flux: snapshot views of parallel worlds.

Pool of London :Info

Pool of London 2004
Metallic acrylic on Board
installed at the Waterside Academy 2017
Kingsland Rd

Geo :Info

Floor paint on board
Durbar Hall, Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
Commissioned for Coastal Currents Festival, Hastings
Photography by Alex Brattell

Balham High Street :Info

Digital print on dibond panel
Balham High Street, London
Working with architects Metropolitan Workshop
Commissioned by Wandsworth Council and Balham Partnership
Through Modus Operandi
First 2 photographs by Simon Kennedy