The majority of my sculptures are directly carved in wood. I work with rhythmic forms based on universal patterns of movement found in the natural world. The focus of my work is humanities relationship with nature, celebrating our links with the dynamic cycle of the seasons and exploring thresholds on the life journey. The main body of my work over the past fifteen years has been creating site specific work for the rural and urban landscape, both in Britain and on the continent. In summer 2000 I was invited to Japan to receive the international Enku award in recognition of my work to date.
Environmental, nature, culture, myth, installation, ice, wood, fire, drawing, metaphorical, abstract.
- Public Sculpture
- Work with architects
- Private commission
- Design work
- Project management
Works in private and corporate collections in the UK, Guernsey, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Japan, Australia and in Towner Gallery Collection, Eastbourne, Sussex
- 2012 Sculpture & Design commission in collaboration with Hamilton Assoc. Architects, Commissioned by Land Securities, Park House. Oxford Street, London
- 2012 Edenbrook SeedHead. Oak., Edenbrook Estate, Fleet, Hampshire
- 2010 Public Sculpture in oak for exterior of building, St Martins Lane, Covent Garden, London, commissioned by ING
- 2009 Major Public Sculpture in oak, Bracknell, Berkshire, commissioned by Two Orchards Ltd
- 2008 'Plank Dreaming' 7 metre oak sculpture, Cheapside Corner, Brighton, commissioned by Quion Estates Ltd
- 2007 'Oasis Room' multi faith space, sculpture installation and seating, Royal Alexander Childrens Hospital, Eastern Road, Brighton
- 2007 Jeskyns Farm, Design, sculpture and seating comission for the Forestry Comission. Funded by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, Jeskyns Farm,, Cobham, Surrey
- 2007 Public Sculptures, oak, Commissioned by The Groundwork Trust, St Helier Open Spaces, Carshalton, Surrey