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Public Art installation at Guildford Station

I am proud to present Host, a major new public art installation running under the platforms at Guildford Train Station. The digital collage on aluminium references places, people and events of the town, past and present, celebrating its unique heritage, successful industry and diverse culture.
Host is an original artwork commissioned and funded by a partnership formed of: Network Rail, Cross Country, Great Western Railway, Southeast Communities Rail Partnership, South Western Railway, The Community Rail Network, The Arts Society, The Arts Society Guildford and Guildford Arts.


Swiss Church - London Covent Gardens

I'm excited to be working with the Swiss Church to develop their fabulous arts programme having been elected co-chair of their arts committee alongside installation artist Mary Branson.

The church already runs a successful arts programme, which includes a year-round programme of performances funded by Arts Council England, an annual exhibition curated by students of the MFA Curating programme at Goldsmiths, University of London, film nights, installations and one-off exhibitions.

Forthcoming Exhibitions

LOOP 22 Bankside Gallery
13 - 18 Sept 2022

48 Hopton Street

London SE1

Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery

24 Aug - 10 Sept 2022

Buckhurst Lane


Kent TN13 1LQ

Mandell's Gallery

28 Oct - 19 Nov 2022

Elm Hill


Norfolk NR3 1HN

'Thinking for Printing'

Bankside Gallery

30 Jan - 6 Feb 2023

48 Hopton Street

London SE1



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