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May 2017

Following on from my solo show 'Faces of India', three of my portraits were selected to be part of DegreeArt's annual portrait exhibition, alongside a group of fantastic artists working in the genre. 

Hampstead Fine Arts - 'Alumni Show'


Fine Arts College is delighted to announce the opening of alumni, an exhibition of the work of former students now making their way in the world as professional artists. As with our previous exhibition, hardware, the exhibition will be hung in the College’s new gallery space between Wednesday 3rd May and Friday 9th June, and 25% of all proceeds from sales will go to the NSPCC. 

Ply Gallery - 'Faces of India'

Solo Exhibition 27/04/17-02/05/17

Faces of India is predominantly a collection of portraits. I aimed to encapsulate the subtle emotions of the subjects and their unique characters, while allowing the audience to experience the colours, vibrancy and energy of India.


Following a year of independent travel, India captured my imagination and inspired me to create a body of work to reflect my experiences. Before travelling through the country, I volunteered with children in the slums of Rajasthan for 7 weeks - an intense, eye-opening and challenging experience. Understanding the culture and traditions of the individuals brought me closer to my subjects.

Affordable Art Fair - 'Bernard'

Battersea Park, 2013

Graduates Exhibition 24-27 October 2013

Following my degree show at Brighton University, I was fortunate enough for Bernard the camel to be featured at the forefront of the Affordable Art Fair. Bernard is a life size camel made predominantly from found and recycled materials; from faux fur and curtain tassels to banisters and ping pong balls. 

The fair itself features over 100 contemporary art galleries and is held in 15 cities across 4 continents.

Signature Art Prize

'Man' at Spitalfields, October 2012

'Man' was shortlisted for the Signature Art Prize in 2012 and was exhibited in Spitalfields market, London.

The Signature Art Prize is dedicated to shining a spotlight on the talents of emerging artists. Open to all artists still studying or graduated within the last 3 years.

Jack Goldhill Competition

'Victor' wins 3rd prize, March 2012

The inaugural Jewish Care Jack Goldhill Painting Prize Showcase and Prize Giving, at the Zabludowics Collection in Chalk Farm, London, on Tuesday 13th March 2012. Pictured is Michael Goldhill with Joshua Gluckstein, a 2nd year fine art student at Brighton university, from Bushey Heath. His painting named 'Victor' came 3rd, winning a prize of £1000.