The following prints were made in a variety of different ways. I have done both Lino and Woodblock cuts, as well as lithographs, etchings, collographs and dry point etchings. At school I was lucky enough to be taught by Robert Gillmor, the now famous bird and wildlife artist. He was just beginning his career as an illustrator and lino print maker when he taught me and his enthusiasms gave me a life long love of both birds and print making. Print making was my second discipline at Chelsea. I remember walking into the wonderfully equipped print studio there, seeing the work on the walls and realising that soon I would know how to make them myself - and I did.