2019 Sea Fever Literary Festival – 10th May - 12th May 2019 and the launch of SEAHENGE: A JOURNEY
2019 SEAHENGE: A JOURNEY published on 10th May 2019
2018 Working on a new project with poet Kevin Crossley-Holland, 'Seahenge – A Journey'.
2017 Publication of the second edition of 'The Origins of a Parish' re-edited by Andrew Rafferty
2010 Andrew Rafferty joins the 'underground' artists, Art Below.
2010 Passion Rafferty's unique photographic interpretation of The Passion in the crypt of St. Pancras Church, Euston receives critical acclaim from art crtics and Christians alike.
2008 Lifemarks and Landmarks exhibition is held at The Gallery in Redchurch Street. An accompanying catalogue is available too.
2008 The Origins of a Parish by Kevin Rafferty illustrated and designed by Andrew Rafferty is the first from the Kailpot Press stable.
2008 Kailpot Press is launched.
2008 The Climb – A personal photo-essay of Andrew’s parents fell-walk. Now in their eighties this ascent of Latrigg was a real achievement.
2008 Photography for article in Cumbria Magazine with David Craig on Cumbria's Canal
2003 Completion of Ernst and Young commission. 113 images purchased by EY for display in their new HQ on London Southbank
2003 Commission to photograph Marsyus at TATE Modern for ARUP
2002 Exhibition at City Hall, designed by Lord Foster.
Building opened by The Queen and 16 large scale images were displayed for Her Majesty. The images are now in City Hall's collection of artworks.
Publication of image from The Stones Remain used as front cover of a new poetry book 'Eoliths' by Arrowhead Press
Exhibition - Inside Out. Architecture. Group show at MoDA (Museum of Design and Art)
Exhibition - Passion displayed at the same time as Messiah by Steven Berkoff at Palace Theatre Westcliff-on-Sea
2001 Invitation to exhibit at Beatrice Royal Gallery as part of group show 'Quite Refined'
2001 Commission to document the construction of the Ernst and Young building next to the City Hall
2001 Images of City Hall published in The Evening Standard, Hello and TES.
2001 Exhibition PASSION at Phoenix Gallery Brighton. 14 large scale photo works, including video and lightbox installation.
2000 Accepted for artists' organisation AXIS - Artists database. AR's work can be viewed on the web at www.axisartists.org.uk
2000 Directed video 'Out of Time' by Jan Mark School based project
2000 Exhibition at Vexed Generation fashion shop
2000 Commission to document photographically the construction of City Hall designed by Lord Foster
1999 Exhibition - Darlington Arts Centre, Lifemarks
Publication - Specially commissioned front cover for David Keys' book Catastrophe
Photographic contribution to Music Village. London based International Festival of Music.
1998 Exhibition - The Custard Factory, Birmingham, Lifemarks
Exhibition - Friends Gallery, St. Martin's Lane, London. Lifemarks
Exhibition - Contribution to Telling the Tides, Burnham Market Festival and National Tour
Publication - Image included in The Story of Hudson Scott, Thurnam.
1997 Publication - Interview feature in Amateur Photographer
Exhibition - Cockermouth Festival - Landmarks
Directed Video - The Sound of the Sea (Certificate U) School based project
1996 Publication - Landmarks (Softback) 16 duotone images
Publication - Article on Research in Photography by AR in The Photographic Journal
1995 Publication - Landmarks (Hardback) 16 duotone images including rear dust jacket.
1993 Exhibition - Oxford University, Dept. of Psychology, The Stones Remain Publication –
Image in Classical Music
1992 Publication - Image in Ce que nous voyons, ce qui nous regarde Editions de Minuit,
1991 Publication - Image for Phoebus Cart (Director Mark Rylance)
1990 Publication - Image in Atlas of the Supernatural
Image of Stonehenge used for American Architects Company Promotion
1989 Exhibition - The Barbican Level 7 - The Stones Remain
Publication - The Stones Remain 69 Black and white images
Publication - Country Living (Article) 4 images including double page spread
1988 Publication - Reading for Fun Cranfield Press -24 images
1986 Exhibition - Watford Library - The Megalithic Yard
1985 Exhibition - Hemel Hempstead Old Town Arts Centre - The Megalithic Yard