A selection of my new paintings and prints are currently on show with A Space for Art at Home House, 20 Portman Square, London W1H 6LW.

Home House is London’s most magnificent private members’ club, fusing 18th century splendour with 21st century style. Established in the 18th century, Home House was designed by George III’s architect, James Wyatt, who was commissioned to build a sophisticated palace purely for enjoyment and entertainment.

Today, Home House hosts a community of eccentric characters and individuals spread across three exquisite Georgian townhouses, offering an exceptional range of facilities including restaurants, bars, a boutique gym and health spa, elegant bedrooms, opulent private dining rooms, a beautiful courtyard garden and an unrivalled members events calendar. Home House is an inspiring space where people can connect, relax and be their best selves.

A selection of my new prints recently featured at the Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead, with TAG Fine Arts

A selection of my new paintings and prints were recently exhibited in A Compendium - a two-person exhbition with Fran Giffard at Jupiter Asset Management, London

A selection of my new and exclusive prints with TAG Fine Arts were recently exhibited at the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London

My new paintings recently featured in Art Material-ism at Catto Gallery, London.

Art Material-ism is a new art movement that currently comprises nine artists all known for creating artwork using unusual and unorthodox materials - from denim to wallpaper! Founded by internationally renowned artist Ian Berry, our recent exhibition featured artwork made by: Ian Berry, Peter Combe, Christian Faur, Justin Ruby, Benjamin Shine, Lill O. Sjöberg, Matt Small, Max Zorn, and myself!

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Victorialand, recent solo show with Galerie de Bellefeuille, Toronto

My new prints and paintings were recently on show with Fran Giffard's ornithology artworks at Tila Deptford Restaurant, 14 Deptford Broadway, London SE8 4PA

David Wightman featured on BBC North West

My new and exclusive prints with TAG Fine Arts recently featured in their group exhibition 'Wish You Were Here...?' at Gallery 46, London

Olympia, day and night editions are the largest prints I've ever made and feature archival ink with silkscreen overlays. Full details are here.

Great Tit and Beatrix is part of an ongoing collaboration with Fran Giffard / see more

Ottoline, cover artwork for Mad Honey by SJ Naudé / Penguin Random House

My new prints were currently on show at The London Original Print Fair with TAG Fine Arts

A selection of my new paintings recently featured in Arcadia, a group exhibition at Grove Square Galleries, Fitzrovia, London

My new prints recently featured at the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair with Long & Ryle

My Atalanta, recent solo show with Long & Ryle, London

I recently created a colouring page for the wonderful staff at University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. If you'd like to join in on the colouring fun, you can download the pages here - I'd love to see your efforts! You'll also find a beautiful colouring page by Fran Giffard.

Commission: Celestine ii, acrylic and collaged wallpaper on canvas, 70 x 105 cm
> San Mateo, USA / see more commissions

Commission: Ondine iii, acrylic and collaged wallpaper on canvas, 80 x 100 cm
> Montréal, Canada / see more commissions

In Arcadia, solo show with Duran|Mashaal Gallery, Montréal, Canada

A Devotion, two-person exhibition with Fran Giffard at Someth1ng Gallery, London

EMPIRE, solo show with Long & Ryle, London

Emmaline v, commissioned by Imperial College Healthcare Charity for St. Mary's Hospital A&E Relatives' Room, Paddington, London

New interview with Tabish Khan, FAD

Akris collaboration, Fall / Winter collection

Alumnus interviews with Middlesex University and the Royal College of Art

Teton as featured in Money Week and Harper's Bazaar

Homage to Loreleia, Berwick Gymnasium Gallery, Berwick-upon-Tweed

Odalisque as featured in Image Magazine

Redux, an overview exhibition of seventeen paintings from 2008 to 2013 at two venues in London

Hero, commissioned by Arts Council England