I was born in India, in a British Army hill station in the Himalayas, my parents returned to England when I was two. I was raised in Shropshire, England where I studied fine art at Shrewsbury College of Art and Design. I then continued my studies at the London College of Printing before starting a long and successful career in advertising.

          I was one of the founding members of Saatchi & Saatchi in the early seventies and have won numerous awards as an art director including the Gold Lion at Cannes. My advertising work appears in many books including "The World's 100 Best Print Ads" and is in the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art.

          After working at some of the most prestigious advertising agencies in London and New York I have now retired from advertising to pursue my first love, drawing and painting.

          I have exhibited at the Northern Westchester Center for the Arts and at many horse and dog shows in the Northeast. I have also donated many works to charitable organizations for auction.

          I have completed many commissions for animal lovers from all over the United States including Massachusetts, Connecticut, Texas, New York and California.

          I have ridden for more than thirty years and was a passionate fox hunter in England where I hunted with the South and West Wilts, the oldest pack of foxhounds in England. I now live in Ridgefield, Connecticut where I occasionally ride but I am more likely to be seen following hounds on foot with my camera. I am an avid flyfisherman and enjoy the odd day shooting.


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