This is a page dedicated to my latest commissions with client information brief details and comments fully up to date.

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‘Sunset across London’ Acrylic on canvas 1400×1000 2016, commissioned by Sirene Hair studio.


Joel Number 4 Salute

‘Number Four Salute’ Marker pens on ivory cartridge paper, A3, 2016, commissioned by Joel Meade.

arnold palmer

Arnold Palmer at Augusta’ Marker pens on ivory cartridge paper A3,2016 available for sale.


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‘Joel number 4’         Nov’15 Marker pens on ivory cartridge paper A4.Commissioned by Joel Meade.


This is the latest painting for Denka at Sirene hair studio, Oxford. Acrylic on canvas 1000mm x 1500mm. Dated September 2015.



210 x 240 mm Pen and ivory cartridge paper april 2015. Client Carys Rees commissioned me to create this portrait of her good friend and professional cricketer Jim Allenby.


'The Froome Mountain Range'

‘In the Moutains Shadow’  March ’15

Client Fionnuala Thompson, commissioned as a surprise 30th birthday present to her husband.

Marker pen drawing on ivory cartridge paper A3 in size.

Framed by client




Commission from client to copy a painting she liked by the artist Kagaya. Arcylic painting on canvas 32″x40″ Jan 2015

Client Denka Opsenica








‘Red Car One’       1-3-2014


Client Simon Faulkner, commissioned me to draw Prost’s Ferrari F1 in action, round the streets of Monarco.


‘Haigh Hall’     Dec 2013 Client Andrew Pilkington

This was a drawing of a wedding venue for Andrew and Julia Pilkington who got married here in Bolton in Dec’2012. This was a commission on behalf of Andrew for a gift for his wife Julia’s 30th birthday.

Pen and ink on paper A3

Haigh Hall commissioned by Andrew Pilkington for his wife Julia as a surprise 30th birthday present.

Haigh Hall; Pen drawing 2013 Dec.


‘The London Eye’   Client Greg Leicester

The London Eye

This painting is created in acrylic paint on panel and was the idea from new client Greg Leicester. He contacted me through the website and asked if I could paint something for his newly decorated house on the subject of London. He wanted the artwork to be in black and white and was open to let me come up with a scene myself and in my style. We agreed after some initial research on a picture of the London eye and across the river at dusk.

I was also shown the area in his house where he wanted it to go and tie in well with the rest of his existing artworks which were in black and white with hints of red.

The size is 1500x750mm and was completed in 4wks and applied satin protective varnished with two coats.

Client is framing soon.

1st Nov 2013

The London Eye close up section from original 1   The London Eye (2)