Archival Website for Scottish Painter Tom Hutcheson

I was contacted in January by Scottish artist Gerry Hanley, who was looking to set up a website for her late uncle, Tom Hutcheson. I felt extremely privileged to be selected by her to create this archive, as Tom Hutcheson was a highly respected Scottish...

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Julia Gardiner’s Hassle-free Website

I have long admired Julia Gardiner's sculptural objects beautifully crafted out of hand-made paper. Her work was first brought to my attention while I was an art student at Grays School of Art, as her husband, Alan Watson, 'sandwiched' my university...

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I’m proud of Amanda Adam’s new artist website!

Yes, I am rather proud of Amanda Adam's new artist website, which I built and designed in the run up to Christmas. Her vibrant paintings and friendly personality certainly made my life easy and working on this site was a real pleasure. I was thrilled to...

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‘Context’ Exhibition, Glasgow

Context, Exibition of Photography and other interesting images at Offshore Gallery. I recently had one of my screen-prints selected for an exhibition of 'Photography and Other Interesting Images by a range of Glasgow based and International Artists'...

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People Updating Their Own Website Following Training

It’s always such a pleasure to revisit a website I have designed for an artist to see that they are managing to update it themselves! I just popped in to a site I created for Ruth Thomas at the end of last year: ruththomasart.co.uk. It’s one of my...

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Prize Giver at SSA & VAS: OPEN 2018

The Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) in Edinburgh has been like a second home to me for the past 12 years, as I have worked within it’s walls in almost every capacity possible, most recently, co-ordinating the Annual Exhibition of the Society of Scottish...

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Long Distance Relationships Through Collaboration

I have recently completed a matching pair of websites for partners Catharine Davison and Robbie Bushe. These two artists are both brilliant ... but very different, with Catharine drawing her inspiration from landscape, developing the majority of her work on location,...

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Anita Sauvage’s bilingual website

I have just completed my first bilingual website! It is in both English and French and is for Anita Sauvage, who offers coaching and personal & business development. Anita is French and lives in Scotland ... I am Scottish and live in France, so this was a really...

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Gemma Coyle’s website, an extension of her practice.

It took over a year from our first meeting to the launch of Gemma Coyle's new website, but we both agree that it was worth the wait! Gemma contacted me in October 2015 to discuss the development of her new site. She wasn't clear exactly what she was looking for at...

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Robbie Bushe’s New Website Design

Scottish artist, Robbie Bushe and I first came into contact at Gray's School of Art, where I was studying and he was a painting lecturer. He probably didn't notice me much at that time as I was studying Textile Design and he was in the Fine Art department ... the two...

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Sarah Wyatt was an ideal client!

I can honestly say that working with Sarah Wyatt on her new artist website was a real pleasure. Sarah came back to me after our first phone call (using Skype) with a full list of websites she liked and disliked, explaining the reasons why, and with her content ready...

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