a long the riverrun’.  Liverpool Biennial Independents 2018


(painting, printmaking, film and video)

Liverpool Biennial/Independents, 2021
‘Ground’, Cass Art Space, Liverpool, 2021
Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Open Exhibition, 2020
Output Gallery, Liverpool, 2019
Corke Gallery, Aigburth, Liverpool, 2019
‘a long the riverrun’, George Henry Lees, Liverpool, 2018
​Orleans House Gallery, Richmond, London, Open Exhibition 2018
Warrington Museum and Art Gallery, 2017
Turner Townsend Gallery, Wirral
Liverpool Biennial/Independents 2012 /2014 /2016 /2018
Royal Festival Hall, London
Sao Paulo Film Festival, Brazil
‘Channel 6’, ICA, London
Central Space, West Kensington, London
Australian Film Festival, Melbourne
‘Critical Land’, Impressions Gallery, York
Galerie Lichtblick, Cologne
‘Genlock’, Interim Arts, London
‘Video CD’, Ljubljiana, Yugoslavia
‘British Art in the Eighties’, Muscarnot, Budapest
‘Scanners’, Air Gallery, London
‘Video Brazil’, British Council exhibition
‘Northern Light’, Cleveland Gallery, Middlesbrough
‘British Video Art’, Finnish TV broadcast
Waterman’s Arts Centre, London
Untitled Gallery (Site), Sheffield
Ann Arbor University Gallery, Michigan, USA
South London Gallery, Dulwich
Hippolyte Gallery, Helsinki, Finland
Inner Eye Gallery, New York
Pitshanger Gallery, Ealing, London
Hyvinkaa Artspace, Finland
‘Internal Monologues’, ICA, London
Strasberg Film Festival (1st Prize)
Atelier St. Anne, Brussels, Belgium
Midland Group, Nottingham
Orleans House, Twickenham
Metro Cinema, Derby
White House Galleries, Richmond, Surrey
Kings Road Printworks, Fulham, London
White Horse Gallery, Whitby, North Yorkshire


‘A Taste of Two Cities’ restaurant, Liverpool
Speade Post Production, London
Arts Council of Brazil
Finnish Arts Council
South Bank Centre Collection
LUX Distribution, London
Sheffield City Council
London Borough of Ealing
The Economist

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