About Me

I came to sculpture later in life after a long career in business after deciding it was high time that I had some sort of hobby outside my work.  After a few work-shops in my mid-40’s I quickly discovered a love for the genre of ceramic sculpture. Initially from life, I very quickly found my own imagination far more productive and fun.

For a few years this remained a hugely satisfying hobby but as my art matured and I developed specific themes I moved the inexorable route from hobby to profession.

I love various themes, human, animal and other, but I found myself drawn towards depicting human anguish and endangered species principally.

When approached by Jim McNeill of the Global Warrior project team to become their artist in residence I jumped at the opportunity.

My work divides into 5 main categories;

The Global Warrior Project

Currently focussing on Polar animals under threat by the current degradation of their natural habitat but soon to expand to include all areas where the human condition is having disastrous impacts across the globe.


My collectibles range, gargoyle-esque heads which I love and I hope others will too.


of all varieties but currently concentrating on Dartmoor-themed livestock such as sheep, cattle and, of course Dartmoor ponies.

Human and other figures

Usually depicting the frailties of human nature in a humorous and yet lugubrious way.


Other things that I can’t shoe-horn into one of the above.

  • Art Funcle Exhibition – The Cow Byre – Dec 2018
  • Royal Brampton Art Show – Harefield – Winter 2017 and 2018
  • EAL – Oxo Tower Wharf, London – 2019 and 2022
  • Princetown Art Festival, Princetown 2023
  • Devon Open Studios, Princetown 2023

Grayson’s Art Club – C4 – 2021

Pencarrow Christmas Fair – Nov 2022


Art – Best of Erotic Art 2020 and 2022

Fiction –

  • The Wilderness Error
  • Joe’s Alarm Clock
  • The Weird, the Strange and the Succulent (short stories)