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Born in Newcastle Upon Tyne


Art Qualifications

Foundation in Art & Design Newcastle College

Ba (Hons) Fine Art Newcastle College University Centre


My art mainly consists of graphite drawings and oil and acrylic paintings, using these mediums I explore current events, politics, equality and disability. This allows me to address current events in a visual way that sparks interest in the topic that delivers an alternative narrative.


Being diagnosed with a physical disability as an infant, I see the world from an alternative viewing angle compared to the able-bodied. This affects everything from my interactions with others to navigating through education and employment over the years. Most of the new works that I've created fall under the heading  I call "Equality Art". The art style allows me to narrate my experiences, fears and views on past and current events from a disabled person's point of view.


Over the last few years, I have introduced new mediums to help me expand my skill set and grow as an artist, these mediums have allowed me to explore creating short films, sculptures digital works and oil paintings.

Digital Portfolio 2022


Pha UK - Emphasis Magazine Winter 2017

Newcastle College University Centre

Featured Fellow 2020-2021 - Post Covid Art: Kevin McAllister

Pha UK - Emphasis Magazine Autumn 2021

Pha UK - Emphasis Magazine Autumn/Winter 2022

Pha UK - Emphasis Magazine Spring 2023

Folio Magazine issue 2

NCUC School Of Creative Industries End of Year Annual 2021

Folio Magazine issue 3

NCUC School Of Creative Industries End of Year Annual 2022



Vane 2021 Virtual Exhibition "relations-and-reflections"

March - April 2021

The Artist Lounge "In The History" Virtual Exhibition


June - September 2021

The Artist Lounge "In The History" Exhibition


July - August 2021

King House Gallery, Stratford-Upon-Avon United Kingdom

Fine Art Degree Show
Newcastle College, University Centre
Assembley House, 55 Westgate Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne

My Pandemic

PHA UK online exhibition


Blind to Disability Newcastle College University Centre

Media Degree Production June 2013

Pha UK
Living with an invisible illness 2021

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