1973 Born Stone Staffordshire.
1991-1992 Walsall College of Art.
1992-1995 Falmouth College of Arts BA(hons) Fine Art.
2019 Scottish Arts Club Award, SSA, Edinburgh.
2018 Elected Professional member SSA.
2018 Royal Tallens Rembrandt Award, The Pastel Society Mall Galleries, London.
2016 The Artist’s Magazine Award, Pastel Society, Mall Galleries London.
2016 Charles Pears Award, Royal Society of Marine Artists, Mall Galleries, London.
2016 Elected Professional Member VAS.
2015 Henry Roche Award, Pastel Society, Mall Galleries, London.
2013 Orrin Trust Award, National Open Art Exhibition, Royal College of Art, London Touring the UK.
2012 Pan Pastels Award, Pastel Society, Mall galleries London.
2011 Visitors Choice Award, National Art Open Exhibition, Chichester, Touring The UK.
2011 Regional Prize, National Open Art Exhibition, Chichester, Touring the UK.
2011 Elected member of The Pastel Society UK, Federation of British Artists, Mall Galleries, London.
2010 City of Glasgow Prize, Royal Glasgow Institute of The Fine Arts.
2010 Buzzacot Award, Pastel Society, Mall Galleries, London.
2010 Annie Longley memorial Award, Pastel society, Mall galleries London.
2010 Connell and Connell Prize, Scottish Society of Artists, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.
2009 Scottish Gallery Award, Visual Arts Scotland, City Arts Centre Edinburgh.
2008 Shell Premier Award, Aberdeen Artists, Aberdeen Museum and Art Gallery.
2007 Chairman’s Purchase Prize, Discerning Eye Exhibition, London.
2007 Anthony J Lester Art Critic Award, Pastel Society, Mall Galleries London.
2006 John Murray Thomson Award, Royal Scottish Academy.
2006 Cross Gate Gallery Award, kentucky U.S.A. Pastel Society, Mall Galleries , London.
2004 Contemporary Fine Art Gallery Award, Paisley Art Institute.
2004 Most popular work in the exhibition, Hunting Art prizes.
2002 City of Glasgow Prize, Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts.
2001 Commendation Aberdeen Artists.
2000 Alexander Graham Munro Travel Award, Royal scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour.
2019 ‘Sound Of Raasay’, Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh.
2018 ‘Sublime Adventures’, Brown’s Gallery, Tain.
2017 ‘Small Works’ Fidra Fine Art, North Berwick.
2016 ‘Amongst The Clouds’ Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh.
2015 ‘From Metropolis to Wilderness, Lemon Street Gallery, Truro.
2014 ‘Eilean a Cheo’, Open eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
2013 ‘Northern Light’, Lemon Street Gallery, Truro.
2012 ‘Time Lapse , Open Eye gallery, Edinburgh.
2011 ‘New Pastels’, Beaux Arts, Bath.
2010 ‘Festival Exhibition’, Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
2009 ‘Nocturnes’ Beaux Arts, Bath.
2009 ‘In Series’, Lemon Street Gallery, Truro.
2008 ‘Luminism’, Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
2007 ‘January Light’, Lemon Street Gallery, Truro, Cornwall.
2006 ‘Time and Place’, Beaux Arts, Bath.
2006 ‘Seven Hills’ The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
2005 ‘Nostalgia’, lemon Street Gallery, Truro, Cornwall.
2004 ‘Panorama’ Beaux Arts, Bath.
2004 ‘Old Town’, The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
2002 ‘Atmosphere and Twilight’, The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
2000 ‘Night Life’, The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
1999 The Reynolds Gallery, Edinburgh.
Falmouth Art Gallery.
Bank of Scotland.
Huawei Corporation, Hong Kong.
Art in Healthcare.
Baillie Gifford & Co.
City of Edinburgh, City Art Centre, Jean F Watson Bequest Fund.
Glasgow Museum and Art Gallery, Kelvin Grove Glasgow.
The Edinburgh Academy
Paintings in Hospitals Scotland.
Turcan Connell, Edinburgh and London.
Dundas Global, Edinburgh.
Walter Scott and Partners, Edinburgh.
Premier Property Group, Edinburgh.
Morton Frazer Solicitors, Edinburgh.
Various Private Collections; Australia, China, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Canada, Europe and the USA.
Commissioned by The Morton Street Gallery London, for the Caledonia Hotel, Edinburgh.
2018 The Scotsman, Duncan Macmillan.
2015 BBC Radio Cornwall
2011 The Artist, Ken Goften.
2010 ‘Review of Edinburgh Festival Exhibitions’’, The Scotsman Duncan Macmillan.
2010 ‘Review of the SSA 113th Annual Exhibition, The Times, Giles Sutherland.
2006 Exhibition Review U.K. Metro, Anna Britten.
2004 ‘Bright Prospect for a Painter Inspired by the Twilight Zone’, Edward Black, The Scotsman.
2002 ‘Taking The traditional Route to an Imaginative Auld Reekie’, Exhibition Review by Iain Gale, Scotland on Sunday.
2001 Sunday Telegraph Review.
2001 ‘What Can You Hear’, Duncan Macmillan, Business AM.
2000 Interview with Brian Morton, BBC Radio Scotland.
1999 ‘Seven Days’, Scottish Television.