I have been a practising artist for the past 20 years.
The work I produce is concerned with a wide range of contemporary and historical ideas which reflect my diverse and wide ranging research over the past 2 decades.

Themes that interest me and which I have attempted to explore in my work are both physical concerns with the use of materials within the tradition of painting and other 'traditional' art-making approaches. As well as more philosophical aspects of research that inform the image making process.

The work I produce is an ongoing attempt to question some of the global issues that confront us all.
The ambiguities inherent in different ideologies are a continuing source of ideas, both visual and theoretical, and I believe are evident within the work.

Over the past 20 years I have been involved in a number of successful exhibitions, both commercially and critically in NZ and the UK.

These include:
'Relocation' - Bradford University, UK - 2001
'New Paintings' - Corner Cafe, Sheffield, UK - 2003
‘Trust Waikato National Contemporary Art Award 2008’ NZ - Finalist
'Art on the Edge' Norfolk, UK. - 2008
‘COCA Anthony Harper Contemporary Art Award 2009’, Christchurch, NZ - Finalist
‘Art-on-the-edge 2' - Memory’ Norfolk, UK - 2010 - (Curating and exhibiting)
'Oscillate' - Nkb Gallery, Auckland, NZ - 2014
'Summer exhibition' Nkb Gallery, Auckland, NZ - 2017

I have artworks in a number of private collections in the UK, France, NZ & Australia as well as work in the public collections of the Waikato Museum & Art Gallery and the Wallace Collection in New Zealand.
My work is currently being supported and promoted in UK and New Zealand based galleries

I am currently residing in New Zealand.