I was born in London in 1956, spent my school-days there and travelled overland to India before going to Bath Academy of Art in Corsham. Based in Alton in Hampshire, UK, I have made sculpture professionally for over three decades; creating works for public and private places, exhibition and experiment, out of steel, bronze and wood.
In recent years I've been working 'free-form', following ideas as they develop, creating a new body of work almost entirely in steel for potential exhibitions. I am making dynamic new sculptures that I believe are completely unique, breaking ground in un-charted realms of practice and imagination. I was encouraged and very happy to win the Roy Rasmussen Award 2018 for the sculptures I showed at the Bargehouse; see E-books.
These days where statement and concept seem to be more important than object and material I struggle to find words for an activity that should, I think, go ‘beyond words'. I like the old idea of ‘Der Klang’ very much!