Solo shows:

2017 Shattered; Wilton Way Cafe, London E8.
2015 A Catalogue of Misfortune; book launch and exhibition, Gallery Space, Roz Barr Architects, Clerkenwell, London
2013 Repetition and Difference, Chisenhale Art Place, London E3
2009 By Accident and Design, Ada Street Gallery, London E8.

Opens and competitions and prizes:

International Print Biennale, Northern Print, Newcastle
Kaleid Editions (exhibiting at Oslo National Academy of the Arts and Offprint at Tate Modern)
Neo:PrintPrize, Neo Gallery, Bolton
The Masters, selected by Norman Ackroyd, Bankside Gallery, London SE1

Creekside Open, Selected by Richard Deacon, APT Gallery, London SE8
Griffin Open, Griffin Gallery, London W11
The Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London W1

Pushing Print, Margate

Selected group shows and art fairs

Surface Tension, The Stone Space, Leytonstone, London
Neo: Proof Print Exhibition/Exchange, Neo Gallery, Bolton

In Residence, Griffin Gallery, London W11
White Noise, The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras, London NW1
The Story so far, Snap Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Woolwich Contemporary Print fair, selected by Brocket Gallery, Woolwich (also 2016)

A Lot of Things Have Happened, curated by Denise Hawrysio, Malaspina Printmakers, Vancouver, Canada
A Festival of Print, East London Printmakers, The Art Pavilion, Mile End, London E3 (also 2017)
The Other Art Fair (represented by NOA) London, W1

Things That Are There, Pie Factory, Margate
East London Printmakers Summer Show, Embassy Tea Gallery, London
Fingers Crossed, The Engine Room, Manchester

MANPOWER, curated by Cosmic Megabrain, Rua Poco dos Negros, Lisbon
BAG, Atrium Space, London
Winter Exhibition, Arcane Gallery, London

A Series of Unfortunate Events; Hack the Barbican, Barbican, London
Open Studio, Barbican Arts Group Trust, London (also 2016, 2015, 2012, 2011)
Freeze, curated by Sweet ‘Art, Espacio Gallery, London
The Zeitgeist Summer Exhibition, ASC Studios, London

Please Write, curated by Julia Royse at Posted Gallery, London

Drawn Together, exhibition of work by staff and students of Prince’s Drawing School


Griffin project based residency (2 months)
Investigating artist Wellcome Collection Reading Room (1 Month)

Studio 4 Residency, (2 months) Chisenhale Art Place


Artist’s book; ‘A Catalogue of Misfortune’ has been acquired by several public collections including: MoMA, The Met, Art Institute of Chicago, SAIC Joan Flash Artists’ Book Collection, Lafayette College, Oslo National Academy of the Arts and Chelsea UAL. Paintings and prints are in private collections including: Maria Balshaw, Cornelia Parker, Steve Tompkins and numerous others in the UK and also in NY, Kuala Lumpur, Barcelona, Lisbon and Paris.