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Recent developments for Fe26
June 2017
Currently working on a piece for the 'Littoral Light II' exhibition to be shown on 28th July 2017. This is organised by Article 10.

July 2016
Another collaboration with Theresa Smith of Mooch Design. A public sculpture commission sited in Ramsgate Royal Harbour called; 'Perfugium Miseris'. More information on this can be found here:

July 2014
In collaboration with Theresa Smith of Mooch Design, created the public sculpture for Ramsgate Arts Festtival - 'Ramsgate Crown', a piece created entirely from recycled materials. More information on this is found here:

January 2014
Moved to Kent to be nearer the sea and France. For a short period I shall only be working to commission until I have a new permanent studio. If you have any questions about my work, please don't hesitate to contact me.

May 2012
Handmade Interiors has opened a new retail gallery in London. They are now stocking a selection of my lights. Their address is: 4 Formosa Street, Maida Vale, London W9 1EE.

June 2011 
Will be showing some of my lighting designs at the 'Handmade In Britain' exhibition at the Assembly Rooms in Bath. This will run from the 16th to the 19th of June.
July 2010
Commissioned by SJM Concerts to create six sculptures for the band 'The Prodigy'. They were displayed in the VIP backstage area for the band during their gig at the Milton Keynes bowl on July 24th 2010. The brief was to interpret the band's ant logo and to use recycled materials where possible.

September 2009
This month the magazine 'Antiques Explorer' is running an article on creative salvage. Alongside pictures of my work there are excerpts from an interview I did for the 'Salvo blog'. (scroll down to April 15th).
June 2009
Some of my plant stands are appearing in one of the competition gardens at this years Gardener's World Live show at the Birmingham NEC.
They are in the 'Baby Bio Protecting Tomorrow Today' garden, which has been created by David Domoney. It runs from June 10th - 14th.
Parking is readily available on adjacent Trentham Street.
Here you can see my most recent work. It is open Monday to Saturday, and I shall be there on Fridays, if you wish to look around or discuss any commissions etc.
Look forward to seeing you.