Solo Exhibitions

Poetry for the Palace, Queen's Gallery, Holyrood House, Edinburgh, 7 August - 2 November 2014

Was it for this the clay grew tall? City of London Festival, London, 2013

Open&Shut&Open, Royal Festival Hall, Poetry Library, 2007

The Darkling Plain, Royal Festival Hall, Poetry Library, 2005

Memory Language, The Lethaby Gallery, Southampton Row, London Institute, 2003

Memory Language, Atrium Gallery, Glasgow School of Art, 2002

Mixed Exhibitions

Concert: Letter Exchange exhibition  Aldeburgh and touring, September 2017

Holy Writ: Modern Jewish, Christian and Islamic calligraphy, Lichfield Cathedral, 26 April - 15 June 2014

26 Words: the DNA of language, Freeword  London 26 Nov 2013 - 31 Jan 2014

MetaMétier, Parsons School of Art, New York, 2001

MetaMétier, Glasgow School of Art, 2000

David Jones, Wolseley Fine Arts, London, 1999
Letter Forms and Letter Functions, Ruskin Gallery, Sheffield, 1998
Commercial Calligraphy, Asolo Museum Gallery, Asolo, Italy, 1998
Letter Arts Review, Univeristy Museum, University of Illinois, USA 1997
Literary Quotations, Wolseley Fine Arts, London 1997
Words Revealed, Midlands Arts/Irish Crafts Council, Birmingham, Dublin, Stornaway, 1996-97
Body Ornament, Designer Maker Exhibition, Warrington and toured 1996-97
Codes and Messages, Crafts Council, London and toured 1995-97
Words, Words, Words, Devon 1995
The Furnished Landscape, Crafts Council, London 1995
Letters of the Alphabet, The Gallery in Cork Street, London 1994
Letter Exchange, London 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995, 1998 (Tenth Anniversary).
Black and White, Devon 1992
Fine Words Fine Books, London 1991
Moments in Calligraphy, San Fransisco 1990
The Spirit of the Letter, Portsmouth and toured 1989-90
Calligraphy and Lettering in the Graphic Arts, New York 1986


The Royal Collection Trust, Windsor Castle, Berkshire



Stiftung Archiv, Akademie der Künste, Berlin

Blackburn, Museum & Art Gallery.

All book jacket/cover artwork, part of the Carcanet Press archive, John Rylands Research Institute, University of Manchester.