at the Heatherley School of Art and the Camden Institute.
Since 1990 has worked at Unit C Sculpture Studio, Camden Town,
Has participated in various group exhibitions and has work in
private collections in the US and UK.
"My inspiration is drawn from the forms, textures and colours
I see all around me in the ebb and flow of natural life. I believe
we are all part of this natural process and we belong to creation
as much as it belongs to us."
"I like to utilise natural materials such as clay or stone.
My aim is to allow the material to gather and develop its own
dynamics and expression during the building or carving of the
"For a large piece of stone, I usually work a preliminary series
of drawings before I begin the carving - this enables me to develop
ideas for the sculpture and allows me to energise every angle
of the stone.
After a certain time, the stone generates its own life and the
drawing is no longer necessarily needed as the work grows from
a two dimensional idea to a three dimensional reality.
The stone comes to life and is worked without other reference
as it develops into forms which engage both an organic and a metaphysical
School of Art
Associate of British Art Therapists Association
Sculpture Exhibition, Camden Institute
1992 Open Studio, Unit C Sculpture Studio, London NW1
1994 St Martin’s Gallery, London, WC2
Group Exhibition, Posk Gallery, London W6
The Atrium, London W.2.
1998 Sussex Open Art Exhibition, Brighton, East Sussex
Chelsea Art Society, London SW3
Art 2000, Royal Free Hospital, London NW3
Works in private collections, U.K and USA