Aviary - An audio visualisation of urban birdsong.

The disruptive sound of the jet engine rips through the sky, drowning out nature‚Äôs chorus as it welcomes the dawn. As the streets come to life and the buzz of traffic and sirens swallows our audio landscape, the singing is pushed into the background and we march on, busy in our own lives and lost … Continue reading

Painting Galaxies

Painting Galaxies

This was an experimental video I created to break out of my digital comfort zone. Over the previous few months I was aware that all my content, although usually stemming from a pen and paper sketch, went straight to the computer, where I would mould and shape the idea into something. There’s nothing wrong with … Continue reading

Flower to the Power of n

flower image

Here is a bit more experimenting with Apophysis and photoshop. Could spend hours tweaking and blending to get to a place where Im happy with a final image. But really Im just sketching so best not to get too precious. Mixed in a bit of street art for some texture and to break up the … Continue reading

Rushing Rocco

Rushing Rocco Tower

This piece is a bit of a mix of everything. The view is of Corbiere Lighthouse and Rocco Tower and on a clear day you’d be able to see my house just behind the riders head. Before we get carried away, I’ll like to point out that this is more of a homage to a … Continue reading

Liberation Jersey

Liberation Square, Jersey - Detail

In the heart of Liberation Square, Jersey, there is a statue to commemorate the Liberation of the island from the Nazi’s. I chose this as the starting point for this digital painting as it represents so much to the Island. Also having already done a piece on the battle of Jersey I thought I’d keep … Continue reading

The death of Major Peirson

Detail of death

This is one of the most iconic paintings of the history of Jersey by John Singleton Copley, painted in 1783. Most islanders will remember it from the old ten pound note, which has sadly ceased to be be printed. The Battle of Jersey was the last French attempt to seize the island. Approximately 1,000 French … Continue reading