I am really pleased to share that my solo show commissioned and exhibited by the Southbank Centre is extended until 15th January. The initial installation comprised of 12 artworks in the series, which sold. A new set of 12 works now hangs – so another reason for you to visit the show again.

The series now consist of 27 artworks. To view them visit
Visit here for more information.

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I have wonderful news – on Friday I was awarded the Paupers Press Prize at the International Print Biennale.

My work God Save The Queen won the prize.

They are Europe’s most prestigious specialist print publication studio who have worked with UKs top artists like Damien Hirst, the Chapman brothers, Tracey Emin to name a few. So it’s very exciting that they choose me to work with. We will be making 2 works which will be launched at the Original London Print Fair at the Royal Academy in 2017.

Watch this space.

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I’m so excited to share that I’ve been shortlisted for the International Print Biennale Award, which takes place in September in Newcastle. My work God Save The Queen, 36 letter press prints made on bespoke Savile Row tailoring patterns from the eminent tailors Dege & Skinner made it to the shortlist. 800 artists applied and 31 got through. I’m also very excited to have my work shown along side Cornelia Parker.

For more information about the award, visit here.