Born in London, I graduated from West Surrey College of Art & Design (University of the Creative Arts) and went on to teach in Further and Higher Education for the next 17 years. In 2009 I retired from education to concentrate more on my own work.

Since then I have become a Member of the Royal Society of Sculptors (MRSS). I have exhibited widely in London, across the UK, in France, Italy and the USA.

I have been commissioned to produce seven large Public Art sculptures, three bronze trophy sculptures, various other Public and Private commissions and my work has been shown in the Sculpture Gardens of a number of the UK’s stately homes.

The work encompasses both the figurative and abstract, the language and methodology used, often informs each. Whether this is modelling in clay / plaster, carving wood / stone or constructing using welded steel.

I have worked in my studios House Carpenters, built in 1740 in the Historic Dockyard since 1990.

In 2020 moved to Owston Ferry in North Lincolnshire where I have built a new studio.

Fallen exhibition at Rochester Cathedral invitation


2023 The Masham “The Girl & The Fox Exhibition” Middlesbrough North Yorkshire.

2021 – 10gram Challenge, Royal Society of Sculptors, 108 Old Brompton Road, London SW7 3RA 

2020 20-21 Visual Arts Centre “Jack’s Return Home Exhibition” Scunthorpe Lincolnshire.

2020 Buckland Lake Reserve “Sculpture in the Lake” Cliffe.

2018 – Arc I, Eve, Jane, Between The Lines – The Vaults, “An Evening Of Meat” a Choreography and Sculpture Exhibition, Waterloo, London.

2016 -Rochester Contemporary Arts Centre “6x6x2016 Exhibition” Rochester, New York State, USA.

2016 – Eve – Burghley House Sculpture Garden, “Metallic Exhibition,” Stamford.

2015 – Balius, Bridge, Podagros – Birtley House Sculpture Garden, Guildford.

2014 – Arc I – Doddington Hall Sculpture Garden “In Beauty May I Walk Exhibition,” Doddington.

2014 – Quintessence – Burghley House Sculpture Garden, “Elemental Exhibition,” Stamford.

2014 – Fallen III – Il Tre Archangeli Galleria, Verona, Italy.

2014 – Liberty Property Trust, “Art for Business Exhibition,” Kings Hill.

2013 – Callipyge – Gallerie Aqui Siam Ben, “In Movement Exhibition,” Vallauris, Côte d’Azur France.

2013 – The Aubrey Art Gallery, “Pushing Boundaries Exhibition,” Great Dunmow.

2013 – Arc I – Burghley House Sculpture Garden, “Surface Exhibition,” Stamford.

2013 – Blackall Gallery, “Something Special Exhibition,” Shoreditch, London.

2012 – The Aubrey Art Gallery, Great Dunmow.

2012 – Triangulum – Mottisfont Abbey, “Stargazing Exhibition,” National Trust Property.

2012 – Bridge – The Crypt Gallery, St.Ives, Cornwall.

2012 – Eightfold – Kaleidoscope Gallery, “Free For All Exhibition,” Sevenoaks.

2012 – The Menier Gallery, “UA Open Exhibition,” London.

2011 – Arc I – Mottisfont Abbey, “Angel Garden Exhibition,” National Trust Property.

2011 – Arc I – Harold Martin Botanic Garden, “A Decade of Sculpture Exhibition,” University of Leicester.

2011 – King-Post, Bridge, Labyrinth – Rhondda Heritage Park, “Inside Out Exhibition,” Trehafod, South Wales.

2011 – Bridge – The Menier Gallery, “UA Open Exhibition,” London.

2011 – King-Post, Balius – No.1 Smithery Gallery, “Art in the Dockyard,” Chatham Historic Dockyard.

2010 – Sfizio, Holborn, London.

2010 – Arc I Maquette, Mandorla – The Bristol Gallery, “To Be Confirmed Exhibition,” Harbourside, Bristol.

2009 – Ignition Gallery, Chatham Historic Dockyard.

1994 – Drury Lane Gallery, London.

1993 – The Knapp Gallery, Regent’s Park, London.

1993 – Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, “Salon des Refusés,” Waterloo, London.

1992 – The Knapp Gallery, Regent’s Park, London.

1992 – Space Frame Gallery, Gillingham.

1991 – The Knapp Gallery, Regent’s Park, London.

1991 – Neville Gallery, Canterbury.

1991 – Kent Institute of Art & Design, “Landmark Sculpture Exhibition,” Canterbury.

1990 – Francis Illes Gallery, Rochester.

1989 – Cher’s Gallery, Tobacco Wharf, London.

1988 – Kent Reliance Gallery, Chatham.

1987 – The Castle Gallery, Rochester.

Arc I at Leicester Botanic Gardens with sculptor, Ian Campbell-Briggs (abstract figurative sculpture)


2023 Commissioned to restore HM Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Plaque by Epworth Council.2023 Commissioned to restore Kings Head Croft Plaque by Epworth Council.

2023 – Foxtrot commissioned by Tarporley Council, Cheshire.

2023 – WW1 Memorial, sculpture commission for the Thurlow Pavilion Epworth.

2018 – IOPC Funds Trophies commissioned by The International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds to design / create three bronze trophy sculptures for their 40th Anniversary.

2018 Four sculptures selected to show alongside performance artist Kate March at The Vaults London.

2015 – Commissioned by the Royal Horticultural Society to produce Xylem commissioned by the Royal Horticultural Society for the Fresh Garden at RHS Chelsea.

2015 – W-M-C commissioned by Barchester PLC for Friston House.

2013 – Juno, Olympic Torch Legacy sculpture commissioned by Guildford Borough Council for the G-Live Arts Centre, Guildford.

2012 – Triangulum commissioned by the National Trust for Mottisfont Abbey.

2007 – Arc I commissioned by Medway Council for the Fuse Festival at Rochester Cathedral.


Arc I Maquette – “To Be Confirmed,” forward by Dr Dorothy Rowe, Bristol University.

Arc I – “A Decade of Sculpture,” forward by Professor Sir Robert Burgess & Dr John Sydney Carter FRBS, University of Leicester.

Arc I – “Surface Burghley,” Sculpture Garden forward by Michael Shaw PhD.

Callipyge “In Movement,” edited by AIR Vaullauris in English & French.

Quintessence – “Elemental Burghley,” Sculpture Garden forward by Michael Shaw PhD.

Laocoonic Labyrinth,  Medusa, Völundarhús – “Making Sculpture from Scrap Metal,” by Peter Parkinson, Crowood Press.

Xylem – RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015, featured in “Celebrate the Show.”

Eve – “Metallic Burghley,” Sculpture Garden forward by Michael Shaw PhD.

Juno, sculpture by Ian Campbell-Briggs, commissioned by Guildford Borough Council

Royal Society of Sculptors