1977 born Bristol
Lives and works in London


2007 – 2009 Slade School of Fine Art - MFA Painting, Distinction
1997 – 2000 Manchester Met University - BA Hons, Illustration & Animation, 1st Class
1995 – 1996 Weston Super Mare College - National Diploma, Art Foundation


2014 Honorary Research Associate, Slade School of Fine Art Graduate Painting dept.
2012 Jerwood Painting Fellowship, shorlisted
2010 The Marmite Prize for Painting, shortlisted
2009 Adrian Carruthers Studio Award, Slade School of Fine Art, shortlisted
2008 The Euan Uglow Memorial Scholarship, Slade School of Fine Art
2004 The Arts Council of England Award for ‘The Vanity Project’
2004 BOC Emerging Artist Award 2004, finalist


2015 David Krut Projects, New York, My Heart. Red. Bloody. Thumpy.
2013 Art First Projects, London, Dreams Hurt More in the Dark
2012 Studio 1.1, London, Scatter
2009 Studio 1.1, London, New Work
2008 Crimes Town, London, New Paintings


2016 David Zwirner, New York, People Who Work Here
2016 Tannery Projects, London, As Wide As The Space Between Walls
2015 Art First Projects, London Art Fair Projects, with Christopher Cook
2015 Slade Research Centre, London, Half Living, with Actress
2014 Art First Projects offsite at The Assembly Rooms, London, The Luminous Language
2013 Bloomsbury Square, London, The Future Can Wait
     Gallery North, Newcastle, Uncle Verns Dog
     Identity Art Gallery, Hong Kong, The Fine Line
2012 Lion and Lamb, London, First Come First Served
     Elements Art Space, Bath, Ground Control
     The Mall Galleries, London, The ING Discerning Eye, invited by Charles Darwent
     VEGAS, London, Alter
     Chelsea Arts Club, London, Thoughts
     Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, invited by Mali Morris RA
2011 WW Gallery, Venice Biennale collateral exhibition - Afternoon Tea : Works on
     Fort Gallery, London, The Fort Painting Show
     The Marmite Prize for Painting, The Nunnery, London + Lanchester Gallery
     Projects, Coventry
2010 The Marmite Prize for Painting, Central Art Gallery, Tameside
     Hidde Van Seggelen, London, State of the Newly Incarnate Soul
     Tate Modern, London, No Soul For Sale, curated by Massimiliano Gioni,
     Maurizio Cattelan, Cecilia Alemani
     Studio 1.1, London, Painting Over
2009 Macintyre Art Advisory, London, Abstract Investigations
     Robilant + Voena, London, Back to the Future: Young Artists Look to Old
     Masters, curated by Mira Dimitrova and Mercier Kinney
     Sadlers Wells, London, Objects in the Forest, curated by Sacha Craddock
     Alsop Project Space, London, Anger Management
2008 Woburn Research Space, London, Edge – Edge
2007 Chelsea Arts Club, London, Group exhibition
     Studio 1.1, London, Abstract Continuous
2006 Studio 1.1, London, Grotto
     Cornerhouse, Manchester, Another Product
2005 Royal College of Art, London, RCA Secret
     Hollow Contemporary Art, London, Stuff Becomes
     Hollow Contemporary Art, London, William Stein & John Summers
2004 Space Triangle Gallery, London, BOC finalists show
     Experiment, London, The Vanity Project – William Stein and Philip Wyness
     BOC HQ, Surrey, BOC Emerging Artist Award 2004 Finalists Show


DAZED DIGITAL, February 2015, Actress and Williams Stein get audio-visual,
DAZED DIGITAL, January 2014, The artists who drew Ghettoville,
Jonathan Griffin, Always on the Run, catalogue essay for Uncle Vern’s Dog
The Guardian, Exhibitions Guide Top 10, for Uncle Vern’s Dog, April 2013
A-N, Bob Gelsthorpe, review of Uncle Vern’s Dog, 10/4/13
Charles Darwent in The Independent, 10/06/12
Mark Hudson in The Daily Telegraph, Review, 19/05/12, pg.15
Studio 1.1, William Stein: Scatter, 2012, catalogue
Afternoon Tea, 2011, WW Gallery Venice Biennale collateral exhibition, catalogue
The Marmite Prize for Painting 2010, catalogue
Back to the Future, 2009, Robilant + Voena / Stair Sainty, catalogue


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