Commissioning a portrait can seem like a daunting prospect...

But, please be assured, we artists are a friendly bunch once you get to know us and I for one, am only too happy to discuss your ideas at length, whether it be a commemorative portrait for a lost loved one or beloved pet, a wedding or anniversary gift, or a Christmas or birthday present, I can turn my hand to most requests and have a wealth of knowledge and experience...




Just take a look at my work!

I mainly work from photographs supplied by you, the customer and as I pride myself on professionalism and customer satisfaction, I will not release work unless we are both 100% happy with it.


I create works in the following mediums:


  • Oil and Acrylic
    Watercolour
    Graphite and Coloured Pencil
    Mixed media
    Digital drawings and paintings



Prices vary depending on the detail, size and medium, all of which we can discuss during an initial free, no-obligation, consultation either via email, phone or Zoom call. Here is a guide to costs to give you an idea.


To get the ball rolling, follow these 3 easy steps:


1. Make contact!  click here to drop me a line via email to let me know what you have in mind and I will respond as soon as humanly possible!


2. Gather together some good reference photos of the subject(s) to feature in the artwork and either post to me or scan them and send as JPEG files.


3. Pay the agreed deposit via bank transfer or PayPal so that I can start working!


...and that's it!  Once I get started, I will make regular contact to update you on the progress of the work throughout the agreed timescales until I feel it is at a satisfactory state of completion. 


Please click here to read the full terms and conditions but should you have any further questions about the process, please don't hesitate to contact me.


However, please do bear in mind portraiture takes a lot of time and effort, so please take this into consideration when planning any kind of surprise event where the unveiling of your commissioned portrait is key to its success.