Plaster head with dried grass.
Most of my work is quite figurative, although I do work in abstract forms too. Subject matter and materials are broad and varied but most recent work is around masculinity - working towards my MA in Fine Art.
Commissioning a Sculpture
There are many variables to this process and one of those different options may be that the you have a brilliant idea that needs to be realised, or it could be a site specific sculpture. There is always a conversation and a 'getting-to-know-you' period during which we both find out if we are the right fit.
Starting our conversation with a fixed budget also works as a process...
Visit the Shop
I have an online shop where you can purchase a piece of work and have it sent to you directly.
Please get in touch to make arrangements for delivery.
Currently studying at University of Chichester for an MA in Fine Art.
Previously completed a BA in Fine Art at De Montfort University, Leicester, graduating with a first class hounours degree in 2000. There were lots of exhibitionis shows, commissions and sales throughout this period and this information is available in the portfolio section of this website
Jobs were numerous and varied - to support a career in art.
Latest works - available now
For the full list of all works available please follow the link to the shop.
Shows, exhibitions, collaborative projects etc.
Green Tree Gallery
Situated at Borde Hill. The Gallery’s original purpose remains: To exhibit unique and affordable work by local artists and craftspeople, providing them with a physical shop window in an increasingly internet-driven world. Selling an ever-changing selection of carefully chosen giftware, cards and toys, the majority of which we buy from British designers and makers.
World Snow Festival
Snow Carving Competition
I took part in this international competition as one of 4 in a team representing UK. Brilliant experience! The World Snow Festival has grown into one of Grindelwald's most fascinating and popular winter events and is an indispensable fixture on the annual calendar. Each January, Grindelwald hosts this international snow festival in the village centre. The event that started in 1983 with a gigantic Heidi sculpture hewn out of snow by Japanese artists has come of age as a cultural happening that firmly belongs to the village at the foot of the Eiger.