Wildlife Artist of he Year

Free stuff! Tickets to my first show and a free online award ceremony


There are 2 events to tell you about this morning. One is an award ceremony and the other is my first show in 18 months. It seems odd to be talking about things like shows again, but I’m thrilled to get back out there and meet people again!

Grab Your Free Tickets

Let’s start with my first show in 18 months – come and enjoy a taste of freedom! It will be in Cirencester Park from Saturday the 29th of May to Monday the 31st.

Click here to read all about the show

I have 4 tickets left for the Saturday and Sunday and 2 left for the Monday.

All you need to do is reply to this email and let me know which day you’d like to attend and how many tickets you’d like. I will then email the tickets straight to your inbox. It’s on a totally first come, first served basis, so don’t hang around.

You are Invited – Virtual Award Ceremony

The next event is the David Shepherd Foundation’s Wildlife Artist of the Year virtual awards ceremony, which is totally free to attend.

Make sure you tune in at 7pm UK Time on Tuesday 25th May and be the first to know this year’s winners!

You can expect to enjoy some fantastic entertainment, celebrate all the amazing artwork and, of course, find out the winners across all categories for this year’s competition. I was lucky enough to win one of the categories a couple of years ago, so I very much doubt I’ll win anything again, but last years event was very good, so use the link below to reserve your free place.

Click Here to Reserve Your Tickets Today

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