1999 - 2001 Royal College of Art - MA in Painting
1992 - 1995 Staffordshire University - BA (Hons) in Fine Art
Berwick Gymnasium Artist Fellowship 2009-2010
International Artists’ Fellowship won via open competition. Living and working in Berwick upon Tweed as part of an Arts Council England Artist Residency Programme.
Arts Council, England - Art in Industry, Artist residency 2006-2007
Working with a scientist on the interdisciplinary aspects of art and science, based at Askam Bryan College, York. Funded by Arts Council England.
A Caroming, Centre for Recent Drawing, London 2018 Walthamstow Window Gallery, London 2015 Ornamental Status III, 5th Base Gallery, London 2014,Two Person Exhibition with Alison Hand - Bay Art Gallery, Cardiff 2012, English heritage, Solo, Queens Art Centre, Hexham 2011, Final Departure, Solo, Nordisk Project Space, Norway 2010, English heritage, Solo Berwick Gymnasium Gallery, 2010, Berwick upon Tweed part of the Berwick Gymnasium Fellowship Fringe M.K Painting Prize, Milton Keynes (Catalogue) 2009, A Concise History of Modern Tourism, Solo, 20- 21 Arts Centre, Nth Lincolnshire 2009, Artsway Open 2005, Artsway, New Forest, Hampshire 2005, Seven-Seven Gallery, Ideologies & Demigods Two Person show with Alison Hand 2004, Wellworth, Group Exhibition, Keith Talent Gallery, London 2003, Arcadia and the City, Group Exhibition, Marble Hill House (catalogue) 2002, Royal college of Art, Final show (catalogue) 2001, Truancy, Group Exhibition, Limehouse Art foundation 2000, Assembly, Group Exhibition, Stepney City, London (catalogue) 2000, The British Way, Solo Exhibition, Red Gallery, Hull 1999, Shelton Gallery, Solo Exhibition, Staffordshire University 1996, Select, Group Exhibition, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool 1995
Arts Council, England Funding Grant 2007
Arts Council, England Interact Award 2006
Neville Burston Memorial Award, Royal College of Art 2001
TI Travel Awards, Greece, Budapest and Berlin 1999-2001
Exhibition as Curator
If you look like your passport photo you're too ill to travel, Sheffield Hallam University Art Gallery 21April 2012 – 20 May 2012
If you look like your passport photo you're too ill to travel explores the representation and utilisation of history and heritage in tourism and regeneration. The exhibition investigated how contemporary art critiques the consumption of tourism and the heritage industry.