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Exhibitions:

September 5 – 8, 2019
Collagistas Festival 2019
| Maison Du Peuple De St Gilles, Brussels, Belgium
The Universal Language international group show with 70 artists from around the world as part of the 6th edition of the festival.

August 9 – September 8, 2019
From____ To_____ | People's History Museum, Manchester, UK
Group show marking the 200 year anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre, this exhibition features a wide selection of artworks inspired by that event. Including works from Mike Leigh, Jimmy Cauty, Extinction Rebellion, Malcolm Garrett & DR.ME.

June 15, 2019
Out of Time - Blast Festival, Oldbury, Sandwell, UK
Site specific paste up and large format outdoor projection works for 'Forge' commission as part of Blast! Festival

June 6, 2019
Black & White | Birmingham Design Festival - Custard Factory, Birmingham
Group show of black and white works responding to the festival theme of Truth. Curated by Phorm.

May 11, 2019
World Collage Atlas - Verbeke Foundation, Stekene, Belgium
Group exhibition to coincide with Kolaj magazine 'World Collage Day' 2019. 
Two pieces featured alongside works by 183 collage artists from around the world working with pages from a vintage atlas. Curated by Coupee Collage Collective

Apr 26 – May 11, 2019
Clips - The Framers, Custard Factory, Birmingham, UK
The first group show by Birmingham Collage Collective featuring two works each by 14 members and concluding with a collage party to coincide with with Kolaj magazine 'World Collage Day' 2019.

Mar 15 – Apr 14, 2019
The Office of Revised Futures | Format Festival - The Smallprint Company, Derby, UK
Group exhibition including live residency over opening weekend of Format Festival - with Lewis Bush, Melinda Gibson, Fernando Martin Godoy and Hannah Hughes. Curated by Rodrigo Orrantia.

Jan 10 – Feb 9, 2019
Fertile Ground - Argentea Gallery, Birmingham, UK
An exhibition of 18 original works shown alongside works by Barbara Gibson.

September 2018
Big Village, Small World | Collagistas festival Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin, Ireland 
Group show as part of Collagistas #5, an annual international festival of collage artists.

July 2018
Vinylisim -  Tent Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Group show in response to the vinyl record, curated by Rhed Fawell / ECC 

April 2018
REMAINS - Friendly Records, Bedminster, Bristol, UK
Joint exhibition with John Bennett

February 2018
Unnatural Symmetry - The Yards, Rochester, New York, USA
Rochester Collage Society Group show.

August 2017
You must disagree with authority figures - mac Birmingham
Collage workshops and paste up exhibition hosted by Ampersand Projects in Cannon Hill Park in response to Jenny Holzer exhibiton. 

May 2017
REMAINS - The Gallery at Foyles, Charing Cross Road, London
Joint exhibition with John Bennett

February - May 2017
Joint exhibition with Lily Wales
Yorks at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, curated by Jennie Duffin

November 2016
Kendal Mountain Festival - Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, Lancashire
Joint show with Dan Shipsides

November 2016
Photomediations -  Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin
Storm in a Teacup featured as centre piece in Photomediations Flatpack Exhibition

October 2016
The Shadow Factory - Longbridge Light Festival 2016, Birmingham
5 large format works in public spaces on the site of the old Longbridge car plant curated by WERK. 

October 2016
REMAINS - A3 Project Space, Digbeth, Birmingham
Joint exhibition with John Bennett

August 2016
Cut up or shut up - P Café, Stirchley, Birmingham
Group collage show

October - December 2015
Stirchley Artist Collective - P Café, Stirchley, Birmingham
Group show in response to the launch of refurbished Stirchley Baths, curated by Kerry Leslie

Publications:

May 2019
Royal Photographic Society - Contemporary Photography Journal
Feature on The Office of Revised Futures, including full page reproduction of 'Parts of the city change so quickly these days'.

November 2018
Cut & Post
A handheld exhibition curated by Edinburgh Collage Collective and Mark Murphy
Self Published Ltd Edition 24 postcard set, selected from over 1400 submissions to a worldwide open call out.

March 2017
Crack Magazine 
'Electricity' full page feature on Artist page for monthly independent Music and Culture magaizine.

October 2016
REMAINS 
24 page self-published A6 book to accompany the exhibition with an essay by Lizzie Lloyd.