C V

Selected Exhibitions

Drawn, hung and quartered (exhibited) Bankly Studios, Manchester, September 2011

Tämäkö huominen, (exhibited and curated) Town Hall, Turku, Finland, March 2011

Is This Tommorow, (exhibited and curated) The Co-operative, Liverpool Biennial 2010

Folkloristics, (exhibited and curated), Arena Gallery, Liverpool September 2009

Umbrella, The Milk and Sugar Gallery, Wood St, Liverpool September 2009

Pre-paid, The Corner stone Gallery, Liverpool Hope University, The Corner Stone Liverpool 2008

Drawn Here (exhibited and curated), Liverpool Biennial Independents, Arena Art and Design Association, 4 Jordan St, Liverpool. September 2008

A Painters Glance, Rhenania Kunsthaus, Rheinauhafen, Bayenstr.  28, 50678 Koln, Germany, 2008

The Rawing Room, The Peoples Center Gallery 50-54 Mount Pleasant, September 2007

Degree Show, John Moores Fine Art Building, Myrtle St 2006

EXODUS (exhibited and curated), The Galley, Top floor, Quiggens 2005

Action Reaction an exhibition of light and darkness (exhibited and curated),   John Moores Gallery 2005

An Exhibition of the Mundane (exhibited and curated) Seel St, Liverpool 2004

Residencies

AA2A Liverpool Community College

Publications

Bigger and Better Mitch Epstein at The Open eye gallery  (writer) http://www.artfeast.co.uk

A Sneak Peek inside the new Open Eye (writer) http://www.artfeast.co.uk

Naive John Interview (writer)www.artfeast.co.uk

Robyn Woolston Interview (writer) http://www.artfeast.co.uk

Education

MA by Creative Practice Sculpture 2008- 2010

BA (Hons) Fine Art John Moores University – 2003 – 2006

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