My art unravels portraits, captured and recreated with a porosity and fragility. The resulting works can be unsettling, haunting, beautiful but always subtly peppered with personality.
Drawing inspiration from my own life, darker themes often seem to embody my sculpture. Maybe it’s a form of catharsis, although humour often emanates as well.
I gravitate towards theatricality and experimentation, often provoking naked bold compositions.
I was delighted to take part in the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition 2019, with my sculpture ‘Cheeky Chester’.
I was invited along to chat about my work, including this sculpture of a deer hound and the techniques I used to create it.