Morrison lives and works in Sheffield. He is best known for his large monochromatic botanical landscapes.Phytochrome is typical of this aspect of the artist's work.
All his images are painted in two coats of acrylic paint. They are then scanned into a computer, manipulated and projected onto the canvas. The different elements tend to be disproportionate in size: tiny plants become huge, while massive trees shrink. This is called 'cognitive landscape'.