Born in 1990, Euan grew up in Glasgow. He spent much of his time outside of school between the piano and the Campsie Hills; his holidays between galleries, island trips, bike packing tours and winter gullies.
Euan went on to live throughout Scotland and Europe as he studied landscape architecture. He graduated with a masters, and worked in practice for ERZ Ltd on greenspace regeneration, artistic and community lead projects.
Now a secondary teacher, he lives in North East Scotland where he teaches art, design technology, and runs climbing sessions for children with additional support needs.
His work is influenced by writers such as Michael Pederson, Hollie Mcnish, Max Porter, Nan Shepherd, and the lyrics of artists like Scott Hutchison. Despite its light premise, Euan’s work describes a deeply personal experience of landscape through memory, physical connection and a sense of place.