Exhibitions

My work was first exhibited in London and Liverpool in 1973

2009

The Greatham Inn, Greatham, Hampshire. An exhibition of photographs of landscapes of the surrounding countryside. This was the first exhibition of photographs produced digitally and the first in colour.

2001

Forest Mere, Liphook, Hampshire. Fresh Harvest
(First showing of photographs from the 2000 projects)

 

1995
My work  featured in a film documentary Wat is er aan de hand?  [What's Up?],  made by Art Revisited, Holland. It discussed three artists and has been shown on Dutch television.

1994
Army Officers' Mess, Bordon, Hants: Military Ranges
(These photographs were then shown at the Curtis Museum, Alton, alongside the Museum's exhibition on the Longmoor Military Railway.)

1992
ADT College, Putney, London: Alton at Work.
(This was preceded by a talk given at a Visual Arts Symposium at the same college.)

1989
Arts Centre Group, Waterloo, London. Selborne: A Photographic Portrait
Budapest University Students Union Club. Selborne: A Photographic Portrait

1987
Alton Town Hall: an exhibition of photographs of the restoration of Alton Town Hall, Oct 1986/Oct 1987, commissioned by Alton Town Hall. (These photographs are now part of the Town Hall archives.)

1986
Allen Gallery, Alton, Hants: Alton At Work commissioned by the Alton Industry Year 1986 Committee

1982
Curtis Museum, Alton, Hants:  Selborne: A Photographic Portrait
(This two-year project explored village life in a popular Hampshire tourist venue. It had financial support from Southern Arts and East Hants Leisure Services and subsequently toured the area.)

1979
'Year of the Child': Some Liverpool Kids exhibition shown at Arts Centre Group, Waterloo, London.

1976
Upstream Theatre Club, London: Trees exhibition.
I also contributed photographs to Children Photographed, a touring group exhibition compiled and presented by Children's Rights Workshop/IKON.

 

1975
Free University, Amsterdam: Group Exhibition
(This exhibition featured work of three photographers, a painter and sculptor. It included a presentation of photographs of the disused South Docklands of Liverpool, a project on which on which I worked  that summer. These Docklands have now been substantially redeveloped.)

1974
Liverpool Academy Gallery: Some Liverpool Kids exhibition.
Edinburgh Festival: Some Liverpool Kids exhibition.
The project received financial support from the Arts Council of Great Britain and the Merseyside Arts Association.

1973
Liverpool Academy Gallery: Bedford Street, Liverpool 8 exhibition.
Half Moon Gallery, London: Bedford Street, Liverpool 8 exhibition.
(This exhibition featured a disappearing street community in central Liverpool. It received financial support from Merseyside Arts Association, and was a joint project with David Porter who wrote accompanying text.)

National Film Theatre, London: Women's Stills Exhibition.