Occasionally I get to do some printmaking (I have a post-grad certificate in printmaking). It’s something I certainly want to do more of. I’ve been making monoprints to help me understand tides and rocks formations, do get in touch if you’d like to see some. You can see some on my Instagram account @Severnsideartist.


I have been making experimental prints using soft plates that transfer very subtle marks onto paper. I use collage materials to leave traces, draw into them, press materials on to capture sculptured patterns from a range of materials. I have sold some via #artistsupportpledge and also have one Hastings Contemporary. Please visit @Severnsideartist if you are interested in buying small works under £200.

Photogravure prints

I have two limited-edition film stills available created using photogravure. Film is such a transient thing and it felt good to be able to capture favourite stills from the films and make them physically present.

When You Call I Shall Come – shortlisted for EarthPhoto2020; RWA Open 2020; Wells Art Contemporary 2021

As Above So Below – shortlisted for Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2020

Digital Prints – mostly from my book Severnside – an Artist’s View of the Severn

Most of the images from the book are available as limited editions.

This is the most popular print – created of a 2 metre wide drawing, charcoal on paper. The original (top image) was auctioned for a fundraising appeal for new church bells and raised £1400. The edition (bottom image) is of 25 and there are very few left.

approx 1 metre wide, Giclee print