2011 BA (Hons) Fine Art, The Cass
2009 HND Richmond School of Art
1987 Professional Qualification: ARB Registered Architect.
1985 Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture, Edinburgh University
1982 BA (Hons) Architecture, Bristol University.
Out of Place, group show, at One Paved Court, Feb 2019.
Personal Space 3 person show with N Artists at One Paved Court Jan 2018
Imagined Realities, Solo Show, Fairfax Gallery, Oxford University Press, 2017
Public Servants & Ai Weiwei are on display at the Tennyson Unit , Ashford Hospital.
Shared Histories 5th Base Gallery, Heneage St, Brick Lane, 2016
Virginia Woolf and the Hogarth Press, Riverside Gallery, Old Town Hall, Richmond 2016
Best of Borough, Rose Theatre, Kingston, 2016
ANAGRAMS, Group show, Kingston Museum, KT1 2PS, 2016.
FPS Open, The Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London. 2015.
Old Post Office Group Show, 42 Eden St, Kingston KT1 1AA. 17 – 28th June 2015
Solo Show, Fairfax Gallery, Oxford University Press, 2015
Rochester Row Gallery, 3-man show, 81 Rochester Row, SW1P 1LJ. 2015
Whatever Next? Mile End Arts Pavilion, London
Notice, The Art Agency, 2012
Degree Show, The Cass, London, E1. 2011
Means of Escape, Toynbee Hall, London. Curation of work by Lay Lee Ng
‘Private View’, Marble Hill House, 2009
‘In a Box’, Marble Hill House, 2008
1998-2007 Conran & Partners, London
1996-7 Susan Minter Design, London
1994-5 Barbara Weiss Architects, London
1990-94 Peter Makower Architects, London
1990 Inskip & Jenkins Architects, London
1985-1990 Lyster Grillet & Harding Architects, London
1983 Hampshire County Architects, Winchester
1982 Purcell Miller & Tritton, Norwich
|An illustrated audio-walk through a building, Central House, the home of the Sir John Cass School of Art in Whitechapel, with CD, scripts and photographs.|
Maureen Eyre Proudman
A biography of the artist & designer, Maureen Eyre Proudman. After studying at the Royal College of Art in the 1920s, she set up a successful Design Studio in London before going to live in Jodhpur in India in the early 1930s, and traveling around Japan on her honeymoon; she built a modernist house in London by Connell, Ward and Lucas in 1938 and meanwhile continued to paint and produce wood engravings throughout. The body of work is catalogued in this book.