He has painted everything from wildlife to war heroes, and even produced work for the Royal Family.
But when Jeremy Houghton, from Worcestershire, was approached to be the Wimbledon Championship Artist for 2017, he could hardly refuse.
Tennis is one of his great loves, having been a coach in his student days.
His latest opportunity gave him the chance to have a have a view like no other.
Jeremy is renowned throughout the world for his ability to capture the feeling of movement within his work.
The biggest challenge with tennis is that each moment is over so quickly. Serves are hit at well over 100 miles an hour
Jeremy's Wimbledon paintings in the Autumn, when the All England Club includes an exhibition of his work to mark its 150th anniversary.