My interest in printmaking started five years ago when I attended a series of creative workshops on different printing techniques.

After having retired from paper and parchment archive conservation, which included working at the National Archives in Kew, I have been able to spend more time exploring and experimenting with the limitless diversity of mono printing. I also work on linocuts and drypoint etching.

My work is based on the freedom of drawing and the use of simple lines to portray the natural beauty of everyday objects. My prints are generally monochrome and sometimes finished with a restrained use of colour.