I am a painter who writes in between pictures. I write poetry (occasionally) and short stories and am currently working on a novel for my own amusement.

I live in the Welsh mountains here in the UK. I’m surounded by nature. Foxes and badgers have made our garden their sanctuary and at night the air is thick with the beating wings of the great barn owls roosting in the old Hawthorn trees next to our cottages.

However, painting is really what I live for and is how I define and express myself. My work is in private collections in France, Australia, Canada, America, Turkey, Tunisia, Kuwait and the UK.
I look forward to reconnecting with old friends and perhaps making new ones on Red Bubble.

  • Joined: October 2007



I’ve had an idea for a new game. It would basically be playing soccer with a rugby ball which would introduce a welcome random element. The rules would be the same as Association football but the timing would be the same as rugby, i.e. two forty-minute halves and a minimum of injury time plus video replays for contentious decisions. There would be eleven players on each side and all the nor…
Posted over 1 year – 1 comments


THE FUTURE ACCORDING TO AL BIELEK (You Tube) / Al Bielek is an American time traveller who was allegedly physically time transported into the 28th century AD. Whether what he says is true is open to question but it is certainly fascinating. He tells us that there were fixed and floating cities which could be moved around the world at will. Skyscrapers were built two and a half miles high thanks t…
Posted over 6 years – Leave a comment

Racing The Clock by Ken Gladdish

RACING THE CLOCK BY KEN GLADDISH / (Poet Ken Gladdish is the late father of poet Simon R Gladdish. This book was mainly written between 2000 and 2003 when Ken finally succumbed to cancer. Many of the poems have an elegiac quality.) / RACING THE CLOCK / ANNIE LAUREATE / They obviously believed that after Hughes / a genius would utterly confuse, / a stout republican invite offence, / a lesbian i…
Posted about 8 years – 3 comments

Greed is Good in Gay Paree!

GREED IS GOOD IN GAY PARIS / Recently a friend who lives in central Paris asked us if we’d like to live in her flat and look after her dog for a month while she was away on holiday. Naturally we leapt at the chance. So, at the beginning of this July we found ourselves in the fifteenth arrondissement, close to the Eiffel tower, with a large Alsation to walk three times a day along the banks …
Posted over 8 years – 3 comments
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