current work

All that I know

‘His mouth opened and his breath came slowly at first, but then he began to float effortlessly upwards towards the sunlight, leaving the abyss far below him’

All that I know

‘“Is that it?” she asked, picking up a neatly folded piece of paper, punctured by a silver safety pin; it could have fallen down the side of the bed and been lost’

All that I know

‘It made no sense to him; in his own mind he was playing for time but deep down he saw that he was simply trying to match the pictures to what he had seen’

All that I know

‘It would be true to say she thought about the things she had suffered silently for him; it would be equally true to say that he tried to give her his whole life’

All that I know

‘The dark, square-shaped room was cold; the salt-glazed brick and cream-painted door appeared strangely hostile compared to the soft, bruised body lying there’

All that I know

‘The front door opened half an inch and the landing light cast a narrow beam onto the sleeping figures; it was just possible to see the shape of a man by the door’

All that I know

‘He wore a dark green overall that matched his Wellington boots: he was still not sure where his actions would lead or what the consequences might be’

All that I know

‘Something disturbed her sleep and she kicked wildly to free herself of the thought: she awoke to find that she was on the shore surrounded by objects’

Smoking

The Cigar Shop, which in my past radiated an air of luxury. Cigars were a regular yet extravagant gift that were shared by fathers and sons. It’s one of a series of shop fronts on the home page of my website that provide a link to different sections of my portfolio. Alternatively, you can click here to go to Print 1960 – 1980.

Heritage

The Pie and Eel Shop was part of my London heritage, but I was never a big fan. It’s one of a series of shop fronts on the home page of my website that provide a link to different sections of my portfolio. Alternatively, you can click here to go to Drawing 2000 – 2021.