I am currently working on a series of images for an exhibition to highlight and visualise what mental health issues can feel like for individuals.
This is a work in progress, with just a couple of sessions completed so far.
I will be looking to team up with a mental health charity for this exhibition.
You can see some of the images from the first couple of sessions on the "current projects" page or click on the "screaming in silence" link below.
Any image can be printed to order and will be framed.
36x24 (large poster size) £50.00
I can hand deliver locally or you can collect from me. Orders outside of my local area will have postage calculated at the time of enquiry.
For any orders please enquire via the contact page.
Stay safe ❤️
The Winsford Guardian recently ran an article about my work. You can see it here
Back in the 1990's when I first dabbled with photography at art college there were no digital cameras. I was useless in the dark room so quickly gave up on exploring photography. Now, thanks to digital cameras I have reignited my love of photography.
I made a promise to myself that I would study this art form and that's exactly what I did.
I studied under professional photographer Ian Turpin at Sir John Dean's college in Northwich, Cheshire. For more information visit
My second exhibition "Beyond" is currently available to view in the Red lion in Winsford. This exhibition focuses on the beauty that can be found when we look beyond the obvious and the every day. Using just two inanimate objects I created a collection of bright, vivid, thought provoking images which are free of manipulation. Change your view point and you change your perception.
To preview images from this exhibition please visit the gallery page.
Days gone by was recently exhibited at the Red Lion in Winsford, Cheshire and then moved to the community gallery on Winsford Cross Shopping Centre.
This exhibition has since been retired and all images have found new homes. The full collection can be found in the gallery.
Days gone by documents the lifespan of poppies in a local park over the summer months. I watched them change from proud, statuesque figures to relics of their former selves.
For more information on the gallery in Winsford visit