I was born in Oldham, England. Presently live and work in Munich.
After my school education in England and for the sake of art, I spent time in the US, Italy and
France to attain impressions and motivation from other cultures.
A Persian artist family I met in Munich who formally painted for the Schah of Persia, influenced
my passion in such a way that I started working in oils.This was the beginning of many oil paintings
and at the same time intensified my talent for drawings and photography.
Nature, environment and our cosmos influence my artworks and are expressed in explosive strong
colours, soft flowing forms , figurative and now more and more abstract.
I first exhibited my artworks in 1987 followed by many others as a solo artist or in group exhibitions in various galleries and other locations. The majority of shows were located in Munich,
Stuttgart and Bregenz.
Beginning of the 90's, I started designing telephone cards which at the time was a new media.
The result was 5 motives which were issued for England, Germany, Denmark and Spain.
„Artitudes Certificate for Outstanding Achievement“, Art Gallery 54 New York
1987 Galerie Unikat I Munich
1988 Contemporana 1 Seidl Villa v. Bundesförderkreis Kunst und Kultur
1990 Galerie Erdmannsdörfer Stuttgart
1990 Schloss Grabenstätt, Chiemsee
1990 Hotel Arabella, Munich
1991 Hotel Sheraton, Munich
1992 Young Gallery, Munich
1992 Messehotel Europe, Stuttgart
1994 Pacelli und Celima Gallery, Munich
1995 Schloss Gebhardsberg, Bregenz
1995 Art Gallery 54, New York
1996 2000 Rathaus, Stuttgart
2002 2003 Autoren Galerie 1, Munich
2006 Neuland und Jaguar Center, Munich
2007 - 2010 Domagkateliertage, Munich
2010 - 2011 Kulturzentrum, Munich Trudering
atelier "artgroup" Ernst-Platzstr.17, Moosach
28.11.2019 - 24.1.2020
Ausstellung der Münchner Volkshochschule Moosach
Bauberger Str. 6a
Mo - Do: 10 - 20 Uhr und
28.11.2019, 19:30 Uhr
messy fingers unterstützen die Initiative KUNST KULTUR RESPEKT von Münchner Kunst- und Kulturschaffenden gegen Rassismus, Rechtsextremismus und Rechtspopulismus