Having studied at Colchester School of Art I continued learning sculptural techniques with sculptor Miles Robinson in Suffolk.
Living and working alongside three generations on an organic family farm near Colchester has a profound influence on my work - the ebbing and flowing of the generations is a theme that particularly pre-occupies my current work.
The surrounding landscape and the cyclical continuity and balance of nature have moulded my creativity for thirty years and are key sources of inspiration, influencing my flowing shapes which evolve into birdlike or botanical forms reduced to a simpler, abstracted idea.


My work is inspired by objects and shapes I come across in my rural environment, reduced to abstracted sculptural forms that have a birdlike or botanical essence.