My main art practice is sculpture. However, I also enjoy making linocuts and collage. My work has a narrative approach, often with elements working together or beings engaging with or merging with other life forms. My work is an expression of the inseparable nature of the natural world of which we are an intrinsic part. I like to bring a positive energy to the current environmental dilemmas we face, expressing my love for the beings on this planet and the intricate web of life in which we dwell.
I work with many different mediums; bronze, ceramics and mixed media, including papier mache, paper pulp, textiles and stitch and plaster polymer. Moving between different mediums helps me to maintain a feeling of discovery and immediacy. This keeps a sense of play alive which is, for me, essential to my creativity.
I graduated from Falmouth School of Art in 1987, and I am a member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. I have exhibited widely in the South of England, and have shown work at the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition, most recently in 2013.