For over 25 years I have been making work in a wide range of materials and engaging others in exploring sculpture in a wide variety of different contexts from schools to festivals and hospitals to prisons.
I deliver commissions for public spaces and private gardens, I exhibit and run dynamic sculpture workshops for all ages and abilities.
I am fascinated by geometry and architecture but anchor my work in the power of sculpture to transform spaces, arrest time and focus contemplation. I am essentially an intuitive artist, led by process. I nurture creative possibilities as they unfold but am tempered by practical and planning skills which balance my enthusiasm and ability to energise groups and ovecome inhibitions.
My studio is opposite my home in North West London.
I am currently have just completed a hanging installation made by almost every pupil in a two jear intake primary school. The 300+ recycled fish create a shoal which adds colour, dynamism and spectacle to the entrance hall of the new Tufnell Park Primary School building in North London.
If you are interested in discussing any creative project ideas you may have please do to get in touch.
CV & Education
Qualifications and training
1990 - MA Fine Art Sculpture, Royal College of Art, Kensington
2004 - 'Switched On' Wembley Public Art Phase 1 Exhibition, Brent Council Funded, Wembley High Street
2005 - 'The Shape Shed', Metropolitan Housing Group, Chalkhill, Wembley
2003 - Koestler Trust Residency, Brixton Prison, Brixton
2005 - 'Adam', Daniel House Pupil Referral Unit, Hackney, London
2002 - Tangram Playscape, RBKC Parks and Gardens, North Kensington, London W11
Educational experience - primary
2005 - Sculptors in Schools, Primary and Secondary Schools, London Borough of Hammersmith
Educational experience - secondary
2004 - Body casting, Daniel House Pupil Referral Unit, Hackney, London