From a very young age all I ever wanted to do was draw and paint. I stayed on at school just long enough to get the minimum qualifactions to apply to art school, and trained at Harrow School of Art. I worked as a freelance graphic designer for some years before becoming a full time printmaker. An evening class in drypoint inspired me to explore printmaking in more depth.
I still get a thrill every time a print comes off the press, there are so many ways and combinations of techniques to explore, I don't think I could ever get bored. I work from my studio at the end of my garden, where I also run classes and workshops.
I exhibit regularly and have work in private collections in this country and abroad, and permanently on display at Greenwich Printmakers Gallery. I have exhibited at Bankside RE open, Society of Woman Artists at the Mall Galleries, Affordable Art Fair Battersea and Hampstead, as well as being prize winner in the ‘Inspired by’ competition at the Victoria and Albert Museum.