I've been a professional wildlife artist, illustrator and tutor for the many years and my work is designed and produced in pastels, oils and watercolours.

My inspiration stems from a magical childhood with many happy days wandering around our family farm, sketch book in hand, discovering all sorts of flora and fauna in our paddocks and woodlands, hence my huge passion for wildlife and all things feathery and furry today!  My father, who was foremost a farmer, was also an artist and had a huge influence in my artistic life.

I hold workshops and regular art classes in my studio in Oxfordshire, teaching my techniques using pastels and oils where my pigs, donkeys, goats and ponies often oblige as willing subjects of the day!

I undertake commissions and licenses for a wide range of clients including the Wildlife Trust.

My work has been sold to collectors around the world and widely exhibited with many wildlife art organisations, including the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London.