I am a self-taught artist and sculptor based in London and Chamonix.
Until 2014, art was confined to evenings and weekends, as I pursued a more traditional corporate career. However, my creative side eventually won through and, inspired by life in the mountains, I now work full-time at my artistic practice.
My sculptural work consists of both stone carving and cast works, the latter produced in metals, plaster based materials and resins. My work often comprises a mix of these media and also includes reclaimed materials from the surrounding environment.
In terms of subject matter, my art explores the essence of being human. I am fascinated with anatomy and physiology and this is a constant in my work.
Journeying for work and pleasure over the years, I enjoy watching people going about their every day lives; considering how being in a different environment drives how we engage with each other - how people work and play; how it informs the cultural aspects of our life and how we conform to societal norms.
Whilst the difference across our cultures is fascinating, it is often the similarity of the human reaction, which is most striking.