I love the physicality of printmaking, particularly making linocuts - I enjoy the puzzle of creating the design, cutting the lino with a gouge, and then hand printing it. Most of my prints are made entirely by hand, using a baren to rub the back of the paper to transfer the image. The texture and depth of the ink is subtly different in each print, making each one a unique. Sometimes I make variable editions, printing over monoprints with subtle or bold variations.
I now have an etching press, which I use to make collagraphs, and sometimes I also print onto fabric (see my textiles page)
Most of my artworks are for sale on this page, if you can't find something that you've seen exhibited elsewhere just get in touch.