The Audience With Bannockburn is a massive painting celebrating the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn. It was featured as the centrepiece of a groundbreaking storytelling festival in June 2014 at the Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh and has also been installed at the Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre in Stirling. Read more
The Big Wall project is a massive 60 metre long centrepiece mural that I built for the local community in Mayfield and Easthouses in 2014. One of the main goals was to involve the community in the actual manufacture of the picture, as well as featuring them in the content of the painting. Read more
The largest piece that I produced in 2011 was a commission for a restaurant in Glasgow’s East End. A continuous mural tells the riotous story of Tam o' Shanter venturing drunk into the wild and stormy night, spying on the devil's ceilidh (full of booze and bravado) and the epic chase once the revellers spy him. Read more
During the 2013 Edinburgh Festival I was the resident artist in the Tron Kirk at the heart of the Royal Mile. Starting with 13 large blank boards and clad in a red top hat and kilt, my mission was to paint a 52ft love letter to the Edinburgh Hogmanay Street party. Visitors to the Tron contributed reference pictures to my quest as I worked 15 hours a day for a month on my scaffolding.
Nestled in the corner of the best music venue in the Fringe, this is the entertaining story of the fun that was had. Read more