I live on the Isle of Wight* these days, I used to live in London. In the past I have worked in the printing trade (replaced by a computer), scientific publishing (replaced by the internet), and now work as a Visual Effects Assistant in film and TV (now use computers and internet, but waiting to be replaced by both). Painting, photography, and digital art are my creative release. I am also a compulsive knitter, but that is another story. To see more about me and more of my images please go to my website


*Don’t know the Isle of Wight? well it is a small island off the south coast of the UK, mostly made of chalk, clay and sand. It has a lot of erosion along it’s coasts, but this produces great scenery and lovely beaches.

  • Joined: August 2013


Have been quiet for too long

I’m amazed that it has been a year since I last posted, the past year seems to have gone by very fast. Ill health and other priorities have seen art put a bit on the back burner over the past year sadly, but I am beginning to get more time for it again. I’ve just spent the entire afternoon updating all my existing portfolio and adding new products. Now all I need is for people to like…
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Down to Earth after Worldcon

The 72nd Worldcon has been and gone and I can’t believe how fast those few days went. It was my third worldcon, the previous two both being in Glasgow. I have entered pictures with my Husband in the Art shows of the two latest Worldcons that took place in the UK and we have had mixed results. The first one was quite cramped and the bays were quite small, but this time the bays were much big…
Posted almost 4 years – Leave a comment

Christmas is coming

I can’t believe it is less than a month to Christmas, where did this year go to? Any way, to try to get into the Christmas spirit I have put up a few Christmas cards. They are all ones I have created in the past few years to send out to my friends and family. I have done a few modifications to some, but in the main they are as I originally created them. I’m not a religious person so a…
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Armadacon and Dr Who

Well, two great science fiction events have come and gone. The first you may not have come across as it is not huge, but is very important to those of us who regularly attend. I’m talking of Armadacon, which happens in mid November, in Plymouth, Devon, every year. This year was extra special as it was the 25th anniversary of the first Armadacon. After all this time it still retains it’…
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