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Over the last 15 years my work has developed through three main bodies which trace the transition from being essentially photographic into totally sculptural in concept. In Loves and Vanities 1986-94 I attempted, through the photo-image, to explore my own emotions and relationships. Two Kinds of Being 1995-2000 set out to reconcile the unique qualities of the lens formed image and three-dimensional form while at the same time exploring inner consciousness and the physical body. Collisions with Time 2001- is essentially sculptural and explores the impact of time, both physically and emotionally, on human existence.

COMMISSIONS: A number of private and corporate commissions have been undertaken, the most recent being The Lloyd’s Millennium ImageSculpture for Lloyd’s of London. Measuring 10x3.5m it is sited in Lloyd’s Richard Rogers' building in The City of London.

EXHIBITION REVIEWS Include: Arts Review, British Journal of Photography (8) BJP Year Book (3), The Financial Times, The Independent (2), ID Magazine, Kodak Magazine, Marie Claire (Japanese Ed), The Photographer (4), Photography, The Sunday Telegraph, The Times(2), What's On.

Practising Artist. Director ArcArt Gallery, London. Partner in ARC Studios, London.
Previously: Head of Department, St Martins School of Art London; Principal Lecturer, London College of Printing; Head of Department at West Glamorgan Institute of Higher Education; Visiting lecturer, The Royal College of Art. Lectures widely both in Britain and abroad.