I graduated from the London College of Printing in 1988. After working as a cycle courier in London I worked in a street hospital in Calcutta, India. Subsequently I lived in a VW camper van for a year traveling throughout the United Kingdom taking photographs. With the resulting series I was able to gain a place to do an MA at the Royal College of Art.
Since then I’ve done some teaching and some visiting lectures in universities in the UK. Now I work full-time as an artist and in the last few years I’ve worked on a number of projects: large drawings of both racehorses and the animals of food production; making large abstracts of the night sky in the deserts of Iran & the US; with FIFA and the footballer Pele on their centenary project; with Richard Williams, chief sportswriter of the Guardian, on a book called ’90 minutes’ and with the BAR Honda Formula 1 team.
I work with the Pimlico Puffins, a charity that supports physically and mentally disadvantaged people who enjoy swimming.
I live and work near Aberystwyth, west Wales.