Printmaker and artist living in Abbey Wood, London
Chris Moody was born and raised in South London.
Drawing and painting was his first love at school which he has kept up throughout his career as an Anglican priest.
He has previously exhibited in the Leicester City Open, Greenwich Open Studios and the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair.
His work has been used to illustrate a book by the Russian poet, Anatoly Movshevich.
Architecture and landscape, fleeting moments of vision and the passage of time, are the underlying themes in most of his work.
In the last ten years he has developed a love of etching and mono printing, using the Thames-Side Print Studio.