He has been commissioned by both public and private clients to create sculptures . He was commissioned in 2005 to create one of the first site specific sculpture trails for the National Trust at Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire, has exhibited at Tate Britain, lectured at Nottingham Trent University. His work as Artist in Residence at Sherwood Forest was featured in the Sunday Times Magazine in 2007.
He continues to exhibit works and create artworks to commission.
In the transformation from initial concept to artwork there is a strong desire to keep the energy of the moment of inspiration. This is sometimes at odds with the mechanics of making an artwork. Natural forms or the juxtaposition of geometric with organic forms are themes to which he returns. The design and the making process are important to him as an artist as is the way that the physicality of actually making the work can influence design. The made object as art is the end product of the creative process.
He works in stone, steel, wood, bronze, carving constructing and modelling, working with what he calls ‘Stuff ‘ the material used to best fit the concept and form of the work. The choice of materials and their unique characteristics often informs his work.