A printmaker working primarily in collagraph, my work describes the landscape of the far north-eastern highlands of Scotland in lyrical and enigmatic terms, often employing atmospheric colour through the use of chine collé to communicate the beauty and mystery of moments and places. It reflects a long-term personal connection with the landscape and exists primarily as a subjective response to the place’s story, topography and structures: yet whilst each image attempts to capture a particular location at a fleeting moment of individual significance, there is also at its heart an attempt to share a universally recognisable experience.

The most beautiful and deepest experience a man (sic) can have is the sense of the mysterious. It is the underlying principle of ... all serious endeavour in art and science: Albert Einstein (from: The World As I See It, 1949)