'Freedom from Torture' Charity Auction 2017
A number of framed prints were on display at the Greenwich Gallery alongside wonderful turned woods bowls, platters and containers made the leading wood-turners in the UK. All the wood was sourced from naturally fallen trees in Greenwich Park. These photographs and wood-turned items were auctioned for the charity Freedom From Torture, which is the only organisation in the UK dedicated solely to the treatment and rehabilitation of survivors of torture. The auction raised £13,000.
Greenwich Picturehouse 2016
A small group of prints were on display in the Bar Gallery at the Greenwich Picturehouse cinema 180 Greenwich High Rd, London SE10 8NN in December 2016.
The Scullery Cafe 2015
A selection of photographs were on display in the Parlour room at the Scullery Cafe, formerly at 48 Vanbrugh Park, London SE3 7JQ. These dramatic, mainly black and white images provided an atmospheric backdrop for private dinners, meetings and parties.
Greenwich Gallery 2014
In November 2014, I exhibited a selection of prints in a show titled 'Greenwich Park: Beauty, Magic and Escape'. This took place near the park in the Greenwich Gallery. Gorgeous, archive quality prints were created by neighbouring fine art printers the DPC using specialist inks on Fuji satin paper.
The exhibition was covered by the Evening Standard, the Londonist, many web based listings sites and local newspapers Greenwich Time and the Westcombe News. Local social media sites including Greenwich Hour, Greenwich Visitor, MrGreenwich and many others promoted the show.
Supporting me in this project were students from three classes at Charlton Park Academy who presented their own digital images of nature in Greenwich Park on a large display screen. Their photographs revealed a completely different vision; the liveliness of squirrels, pigeons and ducks, mosaic like reflections in puddles, beautiful close-up studies of flowers and leaves and the graphic forms of benches and park architecture. It was a privilege to share the show with these talented young people.
The many encouraging comments left by visitors can be read below in the gallery.