Although not my predominant method of working, I do occasionally include work in exhibitions and like to continue to challenge my own work and practice to determine the different ways in which we can start discussion.

‘they just don’t make them like they used to.’ Series of three works exhibited at the Patriothall Gallery in Edinburgh, 2017 as part of group show SURGE.

Oct – Nov 2018         Energise. Environmental artists exhibition, curated by Upland in the Kirkcudbright Galleries, featuring new work ‘Land. Form. Plastic.’

Aug – Sep 2018        SURGE II. Group exhibition curated by Upland in 2017, subsequently toured to Hawick Art Gallery, including additional work ‘Sound Horn I’.

September 2017      SURGE Group exhibition at Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh, with series of works, ‘they just don’t make them like they used to’. Organised and curated by Upland.

May 2016                  TRANSMUTE Group exhibition at 107 Projects, Sydney, Australia with the work ‘do you know how many times I’ve thought about writing on the paper that I’m writing on’.

July 2015                  CALDEWGATE Group alumni exhibition, featuring students past and present from the Cumbria Institute of the Arts and University of Cumbria Fine Art programmes, before the closure of the Fine Art Department, with the series ‘Salt of the Earth’.

May 2015. Spring Fling Open Studios. Open studio weekend in my own studio in Brydekirk, Dumfries and Galloway.

April 2015                 Making. Art. Group exhibition of Scottish installation artists and craft makers in Kulturschöpfer’s Green Hill Gallery, Berlin.

March 2015               Spring Fling Emerging Artist Exhibition. A group exhibition in Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries.

May 2014                 Slow Marathon – Bothy. A group exhibition in a disused bothy as part of Deveron Art’s Slow Marathon. Curated by the Scottish Sculpture Workshop.

May 2013 Spring Fling Open Studios. Open studio weekend in the WASPS Kirkcudbright Studios.

January 2012           The Emporium. Botchergate, Carlisle. Student led exhibition held in a disused shop space.