The local museum, in Winchcombe, was being revamped and required a custom built donation box. I decided to loosely base the design on the nearby St Peter's Church, a prominent building and source of history for the town. On completion I donated the piece to the museum in memory of David Crow who was a regular volunteer at both the church and the museum.
A fun video depicting the customisation of my 2008 Royal Enfield 500cc Electra. I wish I'd got someone to film me making the sound effects, it would have been hilarious.
Just a fleeting glimpse of a doe, once they spot you they're off and even on full zoom you need to be quick. Location was Winchcombe, in the Cotswolds.
A few days after filming the doe I came across this buck in a nearby flax field, just above Winchcombe.
Short video which delves into the story behind this painting, "Nuvinelands".
My dog, Jesse, a rather shaggy border terrier, trying to imitate the cockerel's sound.
An artist's eye view of our trip to Chicago.
In a previous life I volunteered with the New Zealand Red Cross, following the Christchurch Earthquakes. It changed my life.
Mini clip of me painting one of the canvases which is used in my book "War of Chaos".