Born: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 1978

Currently Lives in Liverpool, UK




2001-02: University of Wales Institute Cardiff: MA, Fine Art


1998-01:  University of Wales Institute Cardiff: 1st class BA Hon's Fine Art.


1997-98: York College of Further and higher Education: Art Foundation Studies.




2015, Photo Books.  "The Japan Trilogy" accepted into the Franklin Furnace Archives, New York

2009, Selected for the Northern Print Biennale,  Laing Gallery Newcastle, along side selected artists, Jim Dine, Richard Hamilton and Ian Mckeever.


Awarded Title of, Welsh Artist of the Year 2009.


2007, Winner of the National Purchase Prize for Wales. Series of works purchased for National Contemporary Arts Society Collection.


1999, Making and Meaning, Young Painters Course, held in conjunction with the Jackson Pollock Retrospective, Tate Britain, works exhibited at Letherby Gallery London.



Solo Exhibitions:

B-types, M2 Gallery, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, Jan-2013

On Returning, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, August -Sept, 09.


Time + Place, St David's Hall, Cardiff., Oct- Nov, 09.



Selected Group Exhibitions:

Fotosommer Festival Stuttgart, In Association with Ffotogallery Wales, Germany. August - September 2010.

Short Cuts, G39 Gallery, Cardiff. March 2010

Northern Print Biennale, Laing Gallery, Newcastle. June - October 09.

Tim Freeman, Liam O'connor, Christopher Holloway, BayArt Gallery. Cardiff.  November, 2008.

 If You Build it They Will Come, G39 Cardiff 2008.

National Eisteddfod of Wales, Winner of the National Purchase Prize, Denbyshire, North Wales, 2007

Digital Idolatry, Oriel Canfas, Cardiff, 2007.

Paradise, TactileBosch. Cardiff, 2006.

Breathing Ground, Coed Hills Rural Arts Centre. St Hilary, S.Glamorgan,2006.

Sense In Place, BayArt Gallery. Cardiff, with External works in Hamadryad Park, 2005

Cuba Wales, (Contemporary Printmaking).Havana, Cuba,2004.

Welcome to the Glassworks, TactileBosch. Cardiff, 2003.

New Artists, Oriel Canfas. Cardiff 2003.

Comfy , g39. Cardiff, 2002




Sense In place, Site-ations international, 2005-06. ISBN: 978-1-905617-53-1