• 2014  M1 Fine Art Greenwich London
  • 2012 Belgravia Gallery London
  • 2012 Terminal 5 Expo Fine Art Gallery
  • 2009 The Affordable Art Fair, London
  •  2008 The Affordable Art Fair, Amsterdam
  •  2008 The Affordable Art Fair, Dublin
  •  2008 The Affordable Art Fair, London
  •  2008 Henley Festival with Red Gallery
  •  2008 The Hard Day’s Night Hotel, Liverpool.
  •  2008 The Affordable Art Fair, New York
  •  2008 Karen Taylor Gallery, Twickenham
  •  2008 The Affordable Art Fair Paris
  •  2008 The Affordable Art Fair, Bristol
  • 2008 The Bronze Gallery, Hartley Witney
  •  2008 Artifex Gallery, Sutton Coldfield
  •  2007 Square One Gallery, London
  • 2007 Karen Taylor Gallery, Twickenham
  •  2007 The Red Gallery, Thame
  •  2007 The Affordable Art Fair, Bristol
  •  2007 Modern Artists Gallery, Pangbourne, Berkshire
  •  2004 ‘Presence’ Exhibiting in St Paul’s Cathedral as part of the exhibition commissioned by BibleLands, to celebrate its 150th anniversary.

“How do you depict a humanity that is inseparably united with divine action?” asks Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, in the book which accompanies Presence. “Presence” confronts us with contemporary artists who have attempted to answer this mind blowing question – in paint, in sculpture and through installation, video and performance art. Some explore traditional subjects from the Stations of the Cross. Others concentrate on the person of Jesus, aiming to convey his humanity and divinity. Regardless of your individual religious beliefs, the works on show are challenging and charged with emotion.
The series of exhibitions features work by: Norman Adams, Craigie Aitchison, John Bellany, Billy Childish, Tracey Emin, Antony Gormley, Maggi Hambling, Peter Howson, Christopher Le Brun, Nicholas Mynheer, Mark Wallinger, Penny Warden, and Bill Viola.