Masters Degree Log


This work is still investigative and looking into making series of heads/sculls and then finding out what arrangements will offer as a different reading and levels of interpretations. Before I write longer about the more intricate meanings behind the work here are some images to be getting along with.



This sculpture is following my usual method of having an overall idea about what I am doing and allowing myself and the sculpture to evolve during the process of making. Starting from the mold and building the head in plaster first, then de-molding the head from the rubber mold. The Read more…



Narrative is all about information and leading you on in a story. Usually it is all about conversation to take a story forward and engage you to keep your interest. Mostly it is involving people and sometimes animals but it is always about the experience shared. In case of these Read more…


Gift of Power

This sculpture is made using flashing – a roofing material designed to seal leaks in guttering. It is a self adhesive tape made from tar and a thin foil of aluminium, easily torn to pieces and used as cladding. It particularly sticks well to itself and after a couple of Read more…



This piece was an investigation into materiality, shape and figure, conjuring up images of ballet, sensuality, sexuality and virility as well as cowardice, labelling and stereotypes. It is made out of oil clay, a feather and wild clematis seeds. Working small scale makes it an investigative piece – researching materials Read more…


Cooking with Father

This sculpture is a transcription of a photograph from an article about masculinity and fatherhood  and is my take on the mode of manliness and virility through becoming a father. This is then further reinforced into a masculine role by adopting a role of being a ‘good father’. “He’s a Read more…