January, February

Photo Drop In Q&A*

Photo Walk*

A Mindful Approach To Photography*

* All In conjunction with the ‘G81 Creatives’ exhibition BackDoor Gallery,

11th January - 20th February




Introduction to Mobile Photography and Mindfulness

Jean’s Bothy Helensburgh / Enable Scotland


Creative Mobile Landscape Photography Family Day

WDC Creative Learning- Levengrove Park, Dumbarton


Mindful Photography Walk

WDC Creative Learning, Levengrove Park, Dumbarton.




Creative Editing / Post Processing

Clydebank Art Gallery and Museum



October - November 

Carleith Primary School, West Dunbartonshire.

An 8 week Self Portraiture and Storytelling class for 5-12 year old children using the iPhones and iPads. The finished works were used as part of the schools digital presentations at several high key education events.



Location Photography Photo Walk

Clydebank Town Hall, Clydebank Police Station (derelict), Titan Crane.



September- November 

Goldenhll Primary School, West Dunbartonshire.

A 7 week Self Portraiture and Storytelling class for 7-12 year old children using iPhones and iPads. This resulted in a 2 week long exhibition of the work.


March / April / May

Mobile Flower Photography

Clydebank Art Gallery and Museum. In partnership with 'Tate Artist Rooms - Robert Mapplethorpe' Exhibition



Prior to iPhoneography and Mobile Art being the focus of my workshops I co-delivered a number of training sessions and art based projects for Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow. These were delivered in partnership with Glasgow based photographer, educator and community artist Iseult Timmermans. Artworks With Young People involved working with Primary and Secondary schoolchildren on photography based art and multimedia that resulted in a CD-Rom and large scale vinyl 'Banners for A New Millennium' that were displayed in outdoor public spaces around Glasgow.


Again working in partnership with Iseult we produced SOBS (sick of being sick) a magazine designed with children who were long term patients at Yorkhill Children’s Hospital in Glasgow. This was a series of workshops that introduced them to graphic design, desktop publishing and photography.


This partnership extended to Barriers a collaboration with adults with physical disabilities on an interactive CD-Rom that combined photography, video, games and storytelling to tackle and debate the notion of barriers on the day to day lives of disabled adults.