Using cuttings from old books and magazines, the resulting images (primarily on vintage British topographcial postcards) are sometimes inspired by the sender's message on the reverse of the card, by the place name, or by the ordinariness of the depicted scene. I've also been inspired by British sci-fi such as Quatermass and Dr Who, childhood memories and dreams. Each is signed and titled on the reverse, mounted on black card using photo corners so it can be removed, and titled and signed in pencil on the card for display purposes. These are also available framed in black recessed frames for £25 extra.
The larger collages are on book covers and are part of a series showing our human environment invaded and taken over by microscopic organisms and creatures from our worst nightmares. They are inspired by the work of Arthur Machen (especially his short story The Terror which was influential on Hitchcock's The Birds) where nature attacks humankind for its perceived evils.
A Group of British Warblers