Blue Town

Exhibited at Creekside Artists, London

Edition of 18 Cyanotypes with digitally printed stamps made from mixed media drawings.

Works made in collaboration with Tim Offredi as part of Swap Editions no.5 - Island, in collaboration with SKELF

Ubiquitous: Infrastructures in Bad Condition

Soundwalk broadcast on Radiophrenia from the CCA, Glasgow

Voiced by Hayley Jane Dawson
A City Named Dog

VHS / Digital video
Runtime approx. 40 minutes

Exhibited at Mission Gallery, Swansea.

The solitary figure of the taxi driver is familiar as both a real and fictional character; as someone who encounters people and changes within the built environment, and knows the city as home and livelihood. Dogs are the explorers of place – the non-gendered, non-human flâneur, the free occupiers of the city streets, brave protagonists and non-verbal observers.

Iain the taxi driver lives opposite the Art School in Garnett Hill, Glasgow. His bulldogs, George and Harry, ride around Glasgow with Iain in his taxi, meeting people, watching the city and enjoying the journey.

Thirteen Woofs for Red

Edition of 13 Sculptures made for play

Wood and Procian Dye

Exhibited at  Deflect, Cultivate Gallery & Organ Magazine

Unfrequented Tracks

Series of 9 Monoprints on unbleached paper 

Exhibited at Fringe Arts Bath with Non-Place Collective

Drawings from the fringes of the world.

Periphery places; isolated, rarely visited and often forgotten. Acting as both viewer and maker, these quiet and sombre scenes of disparate locations are drawn from a distance.

The undesired (place) is dreamt of by the psycho-traveller, traversing images, times and histories and asking:

What is today like there?

        What is the weather doing?
How does it feel to be there?
                                Who calls this home?

Wales, Alaska, USA

St. Kilda, Isle of Boreray, Scotland

Murmansk, Russia

Yakutsk, Russia

Pevek, Russia

Tristan da Cunha

Qaanaaq, Greenland

Ushuaia, Argentina

Svalbard, Norway