| His work has a growing following in the USA. Amongst others The Bennett Galleries, Tennessee and Holland + Holland, California and the Clarke Galleries, Vermont, have exhibited his works. Both Sotheby's and more recently Christie's have successfully auctioned his work, achieving prices indicative of his popularity and Phillips have auctioned his work in aid of the Rhino rescue Trust, raising funds for endangered wildlife. His work has sold at the SWLA's annual show at the Mall in London. In 2009 Neil was elected on to the board of trustees for Kennaway House, where he is responsible for approving and overseeing the program of art exhibitions held in this magnificent Regency mansion in Sidmouth.
Neil travels extensively, constantly seeking new ideas. In 2010 he spent a month in Alberta and British Columbia, sketching and gathering reference material for a series of paintings depicting the wildlife and spectacular scenery. He is now living in the West Country, close to the sea in an area of outstanding natural beauty, has enabled him to gain fresh inspiration from the landscape and great diversity of wildlife in this stunning part of the country.