Alistair is the gallery's Exhibitions Manager.
Before joining Mall Galleries in 2010, he completed a Master's degree in Christianity & the Arts at the National Gallery, London, in association with King's College.
As of 2019, Alistair has administrated over 75 exhibitions on behalf of Mall Galleries, in London, nationally, and internationally. These have included the annual exhibitions of the nine national art societies within the Federation of British Artists (the Royal Society of British Artists, New English Art Club, Royal Society of Portrait Painters, et al.), five editions of FBA Futures, four of The Columbia Threadneedle Prize, and several one-off shows such as The Art of a Nation (2016), Contemporary Perspectives on Printmaking (2017), and The Painted Parish (2015) - the first and only ever group exhibition dedicated to contemporary paintings of Britain's churches and cathedrals.
In addition to managing the above projects (which have featured in Country Life, the Financial Times, The Telegraph, and The Sunday Times), Alistair has overseen the reinstatement of The Hermione Hammond Drawing Award since 2017.