I first exhibited in about 1984 at the Hexagon in Reading and have since had several exhibitions
in the Berkshire and Oxfordshire areas. I regularly join the open studios exhibitions at the Edith Road Workshops in Oxford, which are usually held in May for Oxfordshire Artweeks and sometime before Christmas. I have also had exhibitions at the West Ox Arts gallery in Bampton.
I have worked as a transport researcher for most of my career, recently specialising in rural transport work, and across a range of rural issues. I am currently a Research Associate with Transport Studies Unit in the University of Oxford. I don't use photography in my work generally though I have had photos in State of the Countryside Reports and other publications.
I sell a range of cards of my work as well as framed and mounted prints. The cost of prints depends on the size and number of prints included in a set. As a guide, a 18 by 25 cm print in a 30 by 40 mount costs £40 mounted and £60 in a frame. Four panoramas of about 10 by 20 cms in a 40 by 50 frame costs £90 mounted and £120 framed. I don't sell over the internet, as I don't think the quality of image gives an indication of what you'd be buying.
I sell cards at £1.50 for small (A6) cards and £2 for larger (just smaller than A5). They are printed straight on to high quality art card, so are matte finish rather than high gloss. Some people say they look like watercolours rather than photographic prints.
All these prices are for work sold at the Edith Road Workshops. Postage or delivery to anywhere outside Oxford would be done at cost.