If you are interested in commissioning me to paint a subject for you, please use my contact page and I will get in touch with you to discuss your specific requirements. If you have not heard from me within 2 days of your enquiry please check your spam folder, phone me on 07813 733240 or email me at

Prices for an average size commission ( ie 18 inches by 22 inches including frame ) start at £350. The final price depends on subject matter and time taken to complete the work. Quotes are available for larger or smaller works and quality is guaranteed.


When I was asked to do this commission I was not sure how it would turn out. With only two photos of MachuPichu and two of the couple I had to make a composite image to work from. But I am very happy, after many hours of work, with the completed painting which will be given as a Christmas gift this year....


This delightful springer spaniel is called Pimms and is completed using soft pastels and pastel pencils from a photograph taken by my wife at the owner's home. Read more about this commission on my blog.

This is a recently completed family portrait in soft pastels ( Art Spectrum) and pastel pencils ( Derwent, Conte, Cretacolour) on a 50cm by 70cm sheet of Art Spectrum Colourfix paper. My wife Cath took the photos and I am very pleased with how this commission has turned out, as was the children's mother! 

This family "tryptich" was commissioned by Bryan Casbourne to fit over his fireplace. Bryan provided the photos and I linked the completed portraits together with a stone bridge from the Lake District. The finished piece is stunning insitu......


This delightful portrait was commissioned by Carol Gloag. My wife Cathy took a number of photographs of this slightly timid subject in Carols home and this picture, chosen by both Carol and myself, was then completed to Carol's total satisfaction. 

 This unusual picture was commissioned by Dave Clement. Dave and his wife Gill love this art deco piece from the ITV series Poirot, and my wife Cathy and I combined the four parts of the video image into one fascinating picture. You can see here the train, ship and plane beautifully combined and Dave and Gill were delighted with the result.