Mick’s paintings examine our relationship with landscape. The English landscape, where it has been neglected, overlooked and even forgotten, is a recurrent theme in his work. Mick lives and works in North London.
Mick completed a foundation course at art school in 1963 and went on to study Photography in London. A long career as an advertising photographer followed along with a move into T.V. commercials directing in England, Europe and the USA. After over 35 years in the business, Mick gave it all up to go back to where it began. Art School.
The City and Guilds of London Art School changed Mick’s life. He rediscovered the meaning of pubs, art galleries and overdrafts. He also uncovered a latent desire to paint. His Final show was a sell-out and he left the School with a profound sense of gratitude, a number of prizes and a 1st class Honours degree.