I am very interested in sustainable architecture and the impending change in global temperatures. I would like to think that in the future we will all use sustainable materials when building our homes for heating, cooling and aesthetic reasons.
As a sculptor I think it is important to consider sustainable materials when making sculpture. I like to make my work from the earth and to see it returning to the earth over time. I hope during the life of the sculpture it can create awareness in the beauty of our neglected earth.
Numerous solo and group exhibitions since 1995. Exhibited in Sculpture by the Sea fives times in Bondi and Cottesloe. Winner of the Clitheroe Foundation and Sculpture by the Sea Mentorship in 2009. Guest speaker at Sculpture Conference 2009 at Art Gallery of NSW. Exhibited in Gomboc Annual Sculpture Survey, 2009 in Western Australia. Exhibited in the University of Western Sydney Sculpture prize and Sawmillers Sculpture prize in 2010. Works in the Lowenstein, Burge and Bamford Collections and private collections in the USA, Ireland, France, Netherlands, Singapore, Fiji and Australia.