I like to work with old wood. Salvaged oak beams are the ideal material. I respect the particular character of each piece of wood, and aim to retain some of its history in the final work.

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Stone is the hardest and most intractable material for the sculptor. Its fine grain permits detailed work and enables a contrast between rough and smooth finishes.

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Modelling with clay is the most free of all the mediums. You can build up the forms but also cut back into them by carving. Clay is a fragile material and the finished sculptures need to be cast in bronze and resin.

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Taking inspiration from the surrounding landscape, I have made drawings in charcoal and pen throughout my career. Drawing forms a basis of my understanding of form and underwrites my passion for nature.

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