Exhibitions Solo

2018 - Saddleworth: Responding To A Landscape, Elliott Halls Gallery Amsterdam                                                                                   2017 - Saddleworth, Responding To A Landscape, MAC, Birmingham
2014 - 'Three Series' FotoFactory, Amsterdam
2012 - ‘Murray’s World’, Amsterdam Photography Festival, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2011 - ‘Murray’s World’ Gallery Vassie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2006 - Factor 15, The New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK
2004 - Red Pants, Hug Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland
2004 - Poppleganger, Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK
1996 - Heartlands People, Birmingham Central Library, UK

Exhibitions Group 

2018 - 'Hit the North', Manchester Central Library                                                                                                                            2014 - Unseen Amsterdam, 'Stripper' series
2013 – Unseen Amsterdam, Christopher Bucklow, Michelle Sank and Matthew Murray
2012 – Unseen Amsterdam, Norman Parkinson, Brian Duffy, Michelle Sank and Matthew Murray
2012 - The International Street Photography Awards Exhibition, Oxford Street, London
2008 - Knight of the Camera, Centenary Square, Birmingham, UK
Work included in an exhibition looking at work of Sir Benjamin Stone. The first major display of his work in his hometown of Birmingham for almost a century.
2007 - Lianzhou Photo Festival, Shanghai, China
2006 - Les Rencontres d’Arles Photographie, Arles, France
2005 - Made in Britain, Huis Marseille, Foundation for Photography, Amsterdam, Holland
Other Artist include, Antoni & Alison, Craig Ames, Christopher Bucklow, Susan Derges, Elaine Constantine, Chino Otsuka, Michelle Sank, 
Nigel Shafran, Clare Strand, David Trainer and Naglaa Walker.
2002 - Knock Down Ginger, Seventy Years of Street kids, The Photographers’ Gallery, London, UK
Other Artist include, Bert Hardy, Thurston Hopkins, Humphrey Spender, John ‘Hoppy’ Hopkins, Shirley Baker and David Trainer.2002 - Something Old, Something New, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, UK
2001 - Paris Photo, Le Carrousel Du Louvre, Paris, France
2001 - The Awards, The Association of Photographers Gallery, London, UK
2000 - ‘Tickled pink’, The Photographers’ Gallery, London, UK
1998 - Levis Gallery, London, UK
1998 - New Designers, Business Design Centre, London, UK
1995 & 1997 - The John Kobal Portrait Award,
The National Portrait Gallery, London, UK
The Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
The Royal Photographic Society, Bath, UK

Publications

2017 - Saddleworth, Responding To A Landscape, Forward by Martin Barnes Senior Curator Photographs at The Victoria & Albert Museum, London essays by Artist Richard Billingham and Maartje van den Heuvel, Curator Photography and Media Culture, University of Leiden, The Netherlands: ISBN - 978-90-826894-0-2
2015 - Pleasure in Leisure, Cafe Royal Books
2014 - Unseen Amsterdam Exhibition Catalogue ISBN: 978-90-822642-0-3
2013 - Ska, Schilt Publishing ISBN-10: 9053308121
2013 - Saddleworth Moor, Unseen Amsterdam Exhibition Catalogue ISBN: 978-90-9027808-7
2002 - Beyond Disruption: Trevor Beattie and Rob Alexander Changing the Rules in the Marketplace ISBN: 10: 0471218995 / 13: 9780471218999
2001 - Paris Photo 2001 Catalogue, Le Carrousel Du Loure ISBN: 2912760062

Awards

2016 - The International Photography Awards, Family of Man, 2016 Honourable Mention categories of old age, childhood and marriage
2016 - Arts Council of England
2015 - Association Of Photographers, Open Awards Stills and Series Category Finalist
2014 - Association Of Photographers, Open Awards Category Winner
2014 - The International Photography Awards, 2014 Honourable Mention in 3 separate categories Deeper Perspective 'Saddleworth Moor' , Published Book/People 'Ska', People Portrait 'Stripper' 
2012 – Finalist, The International Street Photography Awards  
2009 - Photography Masters Cup International Award Honouring Colour Photography
2006 - Arts Council of Great
2001 - Silver Award, The Association of Photographers Awards
2001 - Merit Award, The London Photographic Awards
1998 - Shortlisted, The Observer John Hodge Award