Artist | Designer
Based in the North West of England, I design and produce engaging artworks for a range of public and private organisations, local authorities, charities, educational establishments and the general public.
From public art projects to private commissions, I work with a variety of creative mediums and processes specifically chosen to have durability, flexibility, cost effectiveness and most importantly, Impact!
If your in need of that something special, I would love to hear from you. In the meantime, please have a look at some of my previous projects to get a better understanding of how I can help you.
Kew Woods Primary School, Southport Working with two classes from year 5, I was asked by the school to design a new artwork to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Kew Woods Primary School in Southport. As a group, the children and I developed the design by incorporating images that reflected their learning and enjoyment of
Thomas Woodcock VC Memorial Complete I am happy to announce that the new commemorative artwork for Thomas Woodcock VC is now complete. The steel and mosaic artwork contains pictures produced by pupils from St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School in Wigan, (Thomas’s old school), and images of the Hardybutt’s area of Scholes in Wigan where he lived. I also
Whilst St Basil’s Catholic Primary School in Widnes, are still enjoying their half term rest, I have ‘crept in’ and installed their new artwork while everything is nice and quiet! Earlier in the year, I visited the school and worked with the school council to develop ideas for a new mural artwork. This was an idea
Me alongside Tracey Williams from Wigan and Leigh Homes, tenants’ representative Chris Brady, Thomas Woodcock VC’s granddaughter Veronica Ashton and historians Tom Walsh and Terry Atherton at the spot where the new artwork will go. Thomas Woodcock was 29 years old, and a private in the 2nd Battalion, Irish Guards, British Army during the First
Salford Ramblers New Plaque The Salford Trail is a new 50 mile walk around some beautiful and fascinating areas of Salford. Broken up into a series of walks, the trail begins at Salford Quays with a new plaque locating the starting point. I was commissioned by Salford Ramblers to design, produce and install the etched