"In the Shower". Paper, wood & found objects "Mary". Paper sculpture Gold pot with feet and face. Clay and paint. "Love". Paper sculpture


My first solo show of sculpture and illustration will be opening at Quarterhorse Oxford on Monday 27th July 2015. The opening starts at 7pm and all are welcome.
The show brings together tiny sculptures and 2D work in a realist style, infused with a sense of the psychological and spiritual undercurrents of daily life.

Barncamp is an activist tech unconference/skillshare up in the magical woodland at Highbury Farm near Chepstow in the Wye Valley. This year I treated a few lucky attendees to a 1-to-1 tech support session with a difference.

You can now buy The Oxford Colouring Book and Oxford Greeting Cards in my web shop, at Oxford Town Hall gift shop and Eau de Vie on Cowley Road.

The Oxford Colouring Book is an unusual gift featuring 17 original drawings of the city's hidden corners and humourous contrasts. Greeting cards feature original illustrations of Oxford landmarks.

A three-day workshop given with Dave Young. What is 'free culture'? We will make a critical foray into the 'free culture movement', attempting to map the relationships between people that make up free cultural expressions. By researching specific case-studies, we will take a critical look at the diversity of transactions taking place in communities from Flickr to Debian development, from YouTube remixes to communal religious movements.

In the run-up to Halloween, I will be telling fortunes and holding an open source séance at the Singer SweatShop art space in Rotterdam. No mumbo jumbo, 100% secular atheist fortune telling using whatever tools come to hand.