Alison studied Fine Art at the City Lit and Morley College in London for several years while pursuing her career as a television drama producer. She produced drama series and mini-series for the UK’s major broadcasters.

She is now a full-time artist and is a member of the UK Printmakers Council, and Southbank Printmakers Gallery.

Alison's work is in private and public collections in the UK and internationally.

In 2015 she received the St Cuthbert’s Mill award for a work on paper in the ING Discerning Eye exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London, a national open exhibition.

Her work was selected again in 2018 by Cherie Federico, editor of Aesthetica Magazine, in 2020 by Tabish Khan, aka@LondonArtCritic and in 2022 by feature film director Gurinder Chadha.

Several of her screenprints are in the archive of the Victoria & Albert Museum, in box sets of work by members of the UK Printmakers' Council.

Alison’s work is permanently on display at Southbank Printmakers Gallery, in central London, and has featured in many exhibitions by the Printmakers Council.

Her paintings are in private collections in the UK and abroad and can be seen at occasional exhibitions and permanently on this website.