David works in a number of mediums and his pieces take inspiration from varied subjects. Interests in hillwalking, architecture, industry and the local area provide the starting points for landscapes, nature and decay in watercolour.
He also enjoys working rapidly in pen, wash and even biro for cartoon-like and spontaneous pieces. Enjoying working to produce pieces with fine details, he also works in acrylic, gouache and graphite, to produce intricate marine (ships and ocean liners), portraiture and Motorsport pieces.
He works with recycled materials to produce three-dimensional model-like pieces, which have been exhibited as part of the Wirral Dejunk exhibition. These take inspiration from architecture, industry, decay and the lived in environment.
This year, David can be seen working in the Williamson Art Gallery & Museum.