After graduating with a degree in Fine Art Sculpture from Winchester School of Art, I started working for Morris Singer Art Foundry in Hampshire which furthered my interest in working with bronze. During this time I gained the necessary practical skills to create the physical form of a bronze sculpture through all its stages of development.
With a particular interest and focus on patination, I spent an intensive period trying to create a range of effects to develop my practice. With my extensive knowledge of the lost wax process and patination, I decided to set up my own bronze art studio in Winchester. In July 2015 relocated to a converted grain store in the hamlet of Acton Round, Shropshire.
My new studio has a purpose built foundry and gives me the facilities to create larger and more exciting sculptures.