2014-16 Twenty-five new artworks throughout NHS Maryhill Health & Care Centre, Glasgow

2016 'Greek Site' private commission Anderson Bell Christie Architects Glasgow

2013 The Greenhouse Project, Vision Mechanics - Four community collaborations funded 
by Creative Scotland

2010 NHS West Centre, Glasgow Children & Family centre. 
Twenty-six permanent site-specific works in a new £6m award-winning building. 
Client: NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde  Architects: Anderson Bell & Christie
Special Mention Saltire Society bi-annual Art in Architecture Awards 2011

2005  '100 Gildings', Ekaterinburg, Russia.
City-wide installation funded by the British Consulate & the British Council.
Solo shows

2017 'Bending Saws', Custom Lane, Leith, Edinburgh 

2014 Tales From the Road, The Briggait Hall, WASPS, Glasgow

2011  'Wassertürme', Schop Gallery, Edinburgh

2011 ‘Farewell, Foolish Things’, Old Ambulance Depot, Edinburgh with Kenny Watson 
2009  Claverhouse Installation, Kirkcudbright following two week residency organised by WASPS & 
Spring Fling.

2008  ‘Swimming the City (from the hills to the sea)’, performance Edinburgh.

2007  'Subterranean Island Explorations', GRA Studio, Glasgow

2006  'Fear of Flying', Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh

2005  'Daily Bread', Totalkunst Gallery, Edinburgh

2004   'Recent Acquistions', Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh

2003  'Folds and Erosion', Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh

Group shows
2015 Maker Library, Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany for British Council/Connect ZA Scissor 3, Nachbarschaftsgalerie, Alt-Treptow, Berlin, Germany British Council/Connect ZA Maker Library with GRAS, 75 Harrington, Cape Town, South Africa 2014 British Council/Connect ZA Maker Library Exhibition with GRAS, 100% Design, Olympia, London 2013 Scottish Society for Artists Annual Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh - selected artist on and off-site installations 2012
Edinburgh Art Festival: Film Programme with a site-specific performance & screening at Dovecot Studios
Scottish Society for Artists Annual Exhibition, RSA, Edinburgh - Installation: 'Golden Gateway' 12/12/12 RedLine Milwaukee with Nomadic Arts Center, Milwaukee, USA

‘cabin:codex’ The Centre for Artists’ Books Re-launch Project, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee


Instructions to Perform, Paralax Gallery, Nebraska, USA


Installation 'Totem' for Scottish Society for Artists Annual Exhibition, Dundee

‘Inkubator II’ Durham Art Gallery, Durham

‘Grandmother Waits For You’, The Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh

‘Swimming the City (from the hills to the sea)’, film screening & exhibition of photographs, 
Royal Commonwealth Pool, Edinburgh with Daniel Warren & Jo Hanley.

2008 ‘Garden Galleries’ (installation), Portobello, Edinburgh Art Festival
2007 'Inkubator', Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh (curated by David Faithfull) 2006 CITY|SPACE exhibition, Dogpatch, San Fancisco Merz Gallery, Glasgow Art Fair, multiple works 2005 'Fearful Symmetry', Merz Gallery, Edinburgh (with David Faithfull & Andrew Mackenzie) New Multiples, Level 7 Gallery, Newhaven S.S.A. Annual Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh 2004 'Flotation', Wysing Arts, Cambridge (curated by Beverley Carpenter) 2003 Summer exhibition, Open Eye gallery/i-2, Edinburgh 'Start Out Standing', Merchant Square -1, Merchant City, Glasgow 2002 project, launched at Gasworks Gallery, London 'Art of Can', Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow Publications Lodown Annual Art Edition Nov 2011 The West Centre, A Case Study - Architecture and Design Scotland 2011 Impulsive Random Platform 8 (Sept 2008) - Film 'Domestic Erosion (Iron)' distributed with artzine. LICC International artist survey published by Asterisk Press 2008 (ISBN-10-0-9814741-0-1) '100 Gildings' Tim Taylor published in Russia November 2006. Book recording city-wide installation carried out in Ekaterinburg for the British Consulate and the British Council. Work featured in ‘Day-to-Day Data’ published by Angel Row Gallery in July 2005 (ISBN 0-905634-713) A book published as part of a national touring exhibition, publication and web-based exhibition curated by artist Ellie Harrison
Work featured in ‘Glasshouse’ by Beverley Carpenter (ISBN 0-9539222-1-9)

The Herald 4/02/17

Independent on Sunday 27/7/12

The Sunday Times 17/5/09 (Kirkcudbright Residency)

The List 28/4/09 (Kirkcudbright Residency)

The List 18/6/08 Swimming the City

Edinburgh Evening News 9/6/08 Swimming the City
Scotland on Sunday 22/4/07 - Inkubator ‘A show guaranteed to be touching’
The Herald 21/4/07 Arts Reviews - Inkubator
Scotsman Review 20/4/07 - Inkubator ‘Sit down, relax and leaf through at your leisure’
Art Monthly, April 2006 (feature discussing Day-to-Day Data in relation to the Making History show at Tate Liverpool) Le Magazine, August 2005 (‘100 Gildings’ article)
Sunday Herald 15/5/05 (Fearful Symmetry review)
Metro, 12/5/05 (Fearful Symmetry review)
Arts Show, Radio Scotland 10/5/05 (Fearful Symmetry interview) Edinburgh Evening News 5/5/05 (Fearful Symmetry)
The List 6/1/05 (Daily Bread review) Cambridge Evening News 27/1/04 (Flotation show) The Today programme, Radio 4 2/8/03 (4th plinth proposal, Trafalgar Square) Arts Show, Radio Scotland 12/2/03 (interview with Brian Morton) Metro 17/7/03 (solo show) Metro 13/2/03 (solo show) Edinburgh Evening News 11/2/03 (solo show) Artist’s Newsletter 2/02 (minus20 exhibition) The Guardian 6/2/02 (minus20 exhibition) Academic & Lecturing Experience 2010-2011 Design tutor 2nd year Edinburgh School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture 2009 Lecture series in materiality, Edinburgh College of Art School of Architecture (1st year) 2008 RIAS Conference, Pecha-Kucha lecture “Form v’s Function: The Transmogrification of the Object”
2007 Visiting tutor, Edinburgh College of Art, Interior Design - Masters course
2006-7 Visiting lecturer Edinburgh College of Art, School of Architecture
2005 Visiting lecturer Edinburgh College of Art, School of Design evening lecture series
1989-1995 Edinburgh College of Art BArch(Hons) Dip.Arch 

Born London in 1970. Lives and works in Edinburgh.


The work on this site constitutes my ongoing exploration of the beauty, pathos and 
humour inherent in the everyday object, incident and environment. Materials used include 
objects such as bus tickets, car indicators, block ice, domestic appliances, soap and burnt 
matches. With minimal manipulation I strive to elevate and celebrate the commonplace, 
continuing the investigation of the everyday as a means for communication within the 
visual arts.