|Location||Ramsgate, South East|
|Activities||Practice-based research, Arts in health, Public art, Creative writing, Capital projects|
|Artforms / type of project||Environment, Glass, Public Art, Research, Text|
|Tags||Public Realm, Concrete, Glass, Text, Research, Digital, Contextual, Collaboration, Site Specific|
News & Events
'Margate Steps' wins Civic Voice Public Realm Award 2015
The Margate Flood & Coastal Protection Scheme aka 'Margate Steps', has won the Public Realm Award at the inaugural Civic Voice Awards held in London on 17th July.
Southampton Station Quarter, Southampton
The first of the bespoke cast concrete benches, which form part of the interpretive landscape concept for the project have recently been installed on site.
Whiteleaf Centre, Aylesbury
Additional interpretive artwork has been commissioned from me by Artscape, on behalf of Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust for the Whiteleaf Centre, a new Hospital providing Mental Health Services.
Award for 'Heart of the Campus', Sheffield Hallam University
2015 RIBA Regional Awards - Yorkshire & Humber, HLM Architects were presented with an award for the ‘Heart of the Campus’ building for Sheffield Hallam University. I was the project artist.
Southampton Station Quarter North Project
Phase 1 of the project has now completed & Phases 2a and 3 are scheduled to begin on site in this month to deliver bespoke landscape elements & public realm.
Merthyr Tydfil Bus Station - Project Artist - via Axisweb
This creative consultancy embeds me with the project team to influence the design process from the outset of the works. This is the first project I have actually won via Axisweb !
Central Chelmsford for Genesis Housing Association
This interpretation and place-making project is ongoing at Burgess Springs, Central Chelmsford, working in collaboration with specialist contractors & the project team to create narrative artworks.
'Canal Shore' Southampton Station Quarter North
The installation of my public realm project 'Canal Shore' has completed in Southampton. The kerb-edge black basalt work with inset text is 800mm wide and 205m long & runs adjacent to Central Station.