All my work is created digitally, on my computer, hence the description ‘Digital Art’. My life has been spent in photography and graphic design so naturally when computers appeared as a tool for this work I adopted the ‘modern practice’. When I retired I decided that I could use my equipment and skills to produce what pleased me, not what my clients wanted. This led to a period of learning and development when I began to create pictures.
Over the years I have been inspired to include a wide variety of styles and genres. I have produced from pure abstract to semi-representational to naturalistic views. Everything is grist to my mill. I produce my work as limited edition prints using long life archival inks on acid-free watercolour paper. They can be safely posted, rolled in cardboard containers.