The structures I focus on, often constructed from concrete and metal, brutal in nature, straddle well travelled motorways and roads, familiar landmarks that evoke feelings of nostalgia often formed from memories of childhood journeys. Unchanged and built to last, they offer sturdiness and a consistent presence that spans decades. They may be accompanied by the addition of graffiti or nature might have taken hold where possible, only adding to this presence. By documenting and recording these structures using the language of painting and drawing on the traditions of landscape painting, I aim to expand our perceptions and viewpoints and challenge how we look at these structures in our everyday landscapes.


Chadderton Heights Oil on cradled panel 13 x 18 cm
Stand your Ground Oil on canvas 91 x 61 cm
No War But Class War Oil on canvas 30 x 60 cm
Distance Means Nothing and Everything Oil on canvas 30 x 60 cm