Like most artists I know, I knew Megan Clark-Bagnall’s work before I knew the artist, and I knew the artist long before I knew the person. After today I feel like we speed-dated a friendship, going from acquaintances and occasional workmates […]
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My Walks With Other Artists project is based largely around the premise that both mine and the life of the other artist is enriched by getting together and going for a walk. The work, at this stage, seems to be […]
I started my MA in 2017, and a big part of the interview to get on the course centred around my desire to bring my practice back into the physical realm. I had graduated from my BA in 2012 on […]
Through rain and then light rain we drove for an hour, arriving at Woolstone in the Vale of the White Horse at around half past eleven in the morning. We parked and had a coffee at the White Horse pub before […]
Origins I have a 28-year history with the Pennine Way, the UKs oldest and toughest National Trail. In the summer of 1990 my dad and I walked the last sixty miles of it, over four days, from Hadrian’s Wall to […]
Summer 2018 I walked the 268-mile Pennine Way as Unsolicited Artist in Residence. This series of walks forms the research stage of my new project, ‘Horizons Are Important’. I want to connect with other artists and learn about their practice while making new work in the process.
Research and development exploring reconsiderations of landscape through my fine art practice as part of the A-N Travel Bursary 2016