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Work in progress

Work in progress is shown through different stages of compositional development:  work in pencil, ink, and multi-layered images (more…)

Makin’ bread

Makin' bread is a project in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This production consists of drawings and a short film. The work focusses on 91-year old Dorothy at Maryfield West Care Home in Aberdeen. (more…)

When the boat comes in

My studio is down near the harbour of Aberdeen, in the loft of an old gas works building. I went down to the docks one day to do some sketching (more…)

The Player Piano Summerhall

The Player Piano draws inspiration from perforated piano rolls used in old pianolas. Sequential rolls of paper (more…)

Double Dutch or a lecture on drawing?

Double Dutch or a lecture on drawing?  at Historic Environment Scotland Study Days in Duff House Banff. Drawing to me is the purest form of art. (more…)

Duff House Solo Show

Duff House exhibition showcases a story of life at some of Scotland’s most iconic industries and landmarks. (more…)

Duff House Study Days

Duff House Study Days and The player piano with Ross Whyte at the Georgian mansion in Banff. (more…)

Painting Music by AI

Painting Music is a live stage performance using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to create music from live painted drawings shown as part of Aberdeen University May Festival 2019. (more…)

Painting Music Show Highlights

Can Artificial Intelligence, a computer brain that is based on our own biological brains, replace a human? Is this a good idea? And what does this mean? What is Artificial Intelligence? (more…)

The Shelter and how it began

The Shelter is an interdisciplinary collaboration combining live drawing in Japanese ink, a multi-voiced verbatim, music and sound performance. (more…)

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