For me being an artist is a form of constant play and enquiry in many forms and on many levels……my work is born from the bonding of internal and external experiences and the conclusion of a piece is the point at which it exists by itself with me being the link in a process of creation.
I really enjoy creating objects that enhance the natural beauty of the garden, many of them are huge. These large sculptures can take many weeks of labour to design and build. So it is very liberating to have developed smaller works that have enabled anyone the ability to own. I believe that we all should be able to own beautiful handmade items made here in the UK .
Based in Sussex, I am an award winning sculptor who exhibits internationally. I was awarded the Henry Moore scholarship and sponsored by Time Out magazine to study MA sculpture at the Royal Academy Schools, London.
As well as being featured in the Guardian newspaper, my work is represented world-wide in major public and private collections.
“I recognise that play is important, physical or intellectual play is involved in anything that is created.”