I am a Decorative Artist working exclusively as a trusted subcontractor with Interior Designers, Decorating Firms and on Private Commissions that demand the highest levels of craftmanship and creativity. I have nearly 20 years experience working with a wide range of decorative techniques including decorative art, faux effects, decorative furniture, glazing and snagging.  Find out more about me.


For panel, ceiling or wall murals, I can deliver your design scheme from concept through to completion, in a range of styles from renaissance to oriental chinoiserie. Hand painted murals are an alternative to scenic or chinoiserie wallpapers, and can be customised to your space. It could include trompe l’oeil to create stunning illusions that transform walls and ceilings into captivating three-dimensional scenes.

For those looking to make a bold statement a well executed mural can turn an ordinary wall into a captivating work of art creating a memorable impression. A touch of opulence and grandeur can be achieved by applying delicate gold leaf to architectural features.

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Your project may need Marble, Wood or Stone to complete the decorative scheme, however, it may not be practical to install the real thing. A specialist decorative paint effect can re-create any material wherever it is needed.

I have extensive experience of replicating a variety of natural materials. I can also reproduce in paint effects an array of exquisite, rare materials: lapis lazuli, porphyry, malachite, tortoise shell, snake skin, animal hide, leopard print and leather can all be imitated for any decorative scheme.


Decorative furniture painting personalises the item to the décor of your room. Working with you or your interior designer, the design can be selected to compliment the overall look of your room.

Whether it’s Chinoiserie, Arabesque or eighteenth century Baroque or Rococo, there is a wealth of styles and designs to choose from which will lift otherwise plain furniture to an art piece and talking point. While furniture painting is the addition of colours, decorative furniture painting also involves techniques such as gilding, stencilling and applied fine art.

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Quintessential English country house style is both timeless and liveable, grand but infinitely comfortable, and is hard to replicate. Key techniques in emulating this styling include stippling, dragging and glazing, which contribute to the richly textured and layered look.

I have had the privilege of applying these techniques in some of our great Country Houses and London homes. These traditional techniques also work well in Modern apartments.


High end decorative finishes with the passage of time can get damaged. An alternative to re-decoration, with the expense and disruption that causes, is to restore or snag the damages using the specialist skills of a decorative artist.

As a decorative artist I am called upon to disguise new repairs or damages. In addition to precise colour matching, I am often required to simulate ageing to ensure that the restored areas blend to the surrounding surfaces. Snagging also includes applying the finishing touches to new decorative schemes by disguising unsightly fixtures.

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