Photograph by Robert Golden (www.robertgoldenpictures.com)

There are so many humanitarian challenges that impact on this particular time in history that I feel I can no longer work in isolation from them.

For the last 22 years I have endeavoured to create work that reflects the complexity of political conflict surrounding prominent Human Rights issues.

My work is usually figurative, whether it is exploring the poignancy of single male figures, or revealing the multi-layered ambiguity of masculine groups.

The male figure is prominent because it reflects, via unconscious subjectivity, my own sensitivity in relation to global concerns. This in no way impedes my dedication to sexual equality.

I have recently exhibited paintings at the London headquarters of Amnesty International, at Tooks Chambers – the chambers of Michael Mansfield QC, The European Council Building in Strasbourg and at the Matrix Chambers in London.

It is especially fulfilling when exhibitions are collaborations that highlight the work of particular organisations. In this way my work acts as a focus for scrutiny and debate.

I am interested in working with organisations and institutions that would like use my imagery to act as a focus for what they do.

Thanks to Arts Council Emergency Response Fund: for individuals for my grant entitled ‘The Musicians Who Only Play And Sing For The Drowning’ Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England’.www.artscouncil.org.uk

In 2015 I received a grant from Arts Council England for a seven-week show at Bridport Arts Centre. Called ‘Marking Injustice’: A Painter’s Way of Coping it was a collaboration with the artist Heather Fallows and the filmmaker Robert Golden, whose new film about myself and my work was premiered at Bridport Arts Centre on Tuesday, May 5.

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