Monday, 18 May 2015


As part of Collaboration 15 on Artist Books 3.0 it was suggested that we should produce our own narrative. Although I read a lot and much of my work is produced in response to other peoples words actually writing them myself is way out of my comfort zone. I was amazed at how much I enjoyed it.

On Formby Beach was the book I made for the swop edition but I have just finished the prototype of another book written in response to a bleak February afternoon spent at a local museum

Saturday, 2 May 2015

Footprints in the sand

On Formby beach the erosion of the sand has revealed footprints that date back to the late Neolithic era.
Whilst on a walk in 2012 with friends we were lucky enough to meet a group of archaeologists standing round a black patch on the sand which had clear small footprints sunk into it. We were looking at the marks left by a child running across the mud 7000 years ago.

Three years later an edition of twelve books remembering the day