‘I have been working on a series of shop fronts for over 15 years and always mean to stop once I finally finish one, but I keep spotting more and I feel an urge and responsibility to record and then once started I feel a strange longing for the beauty and energy offered by the everyday lives that have passed through the doors. As an antidote to the technical etching, I sketch on Perspex often in the field and from sketches. I love landscapes and the quirky details of allotments. I individually ink each plate to evoke the winds, sun and storms that pass by. I’ve been experimenting at home with ‘lockdown’ monotypes.
As well as exhibiting with Quaggy Printmakers, I have exhibited with the National Original Print Exhibition at Bankside Gallery and Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair’,