My paintings are highly detailed, presented on simple or minimal backgrounds and strive to capture a sense of quiet beauty, allowing the viewer time to pause and reconnect with nature. I work on wood panels, created by myself and my father.
The panel shapes themselves are influenced by the shapes, architecture and negative spaces of the man-made landscape and are used to create a stage my creatures can interact with.
My work has been featured in Art of England, the BBC Wildlife Magazine, Artists and Illustrators and the RA Magazine. I have exhibited in London, Glasgow, Dublin, Brussels, New York, Toronto, Singapore and Hong Kong. In 2009 I won the BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year- British Mammals and in 2016 and 2019 was shortlisted for the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year.