Work in this section is site-specific. The sculptures and installations have been designed especially for a specific building or public space.
Often working in collaboration with architects, the artwork is usually permanent and large scale.
I designed and made two sculptures at both entrances of The Brewery shopping centre, Cheltenham.
I have recently made my first bronze pieces, Sun and Moon are 70cm diameter, in solid bronze and are currently on display at the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden.
For the past ten years, I have made sculptures for the very prestigious Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden in Oakley, Surrey.
Held in the lobby of this advertising agency in New York City, I exhibited a large number of sculptures for three months.
For Kensitas in Glasgow, I created a 3m steel lion for the reception space.
In honour of Bradley Wiggins, I was commissioned to make a permanent piece of public art for South Kilburn.
At Moor House, in the City of London, I have created a sculpture, 'Balancing Act'.
For their flagship store in Oxford Street, London, Pret commissioned me to make five sculptures.
For this private members health club and spa, in Hamburg, Germany, I created the main sculpture for the foyer.
For the lobby of the Leo Burnett Advertising Agency, London, I was commissioned to make a sculpture.
For the Innovations Forum, held at Jazz at Lincoln Centre, in the heart of Manhattan, NY, I was asked by Fortune Magazine to devise and run a series of creativity workshops for various heads of industry.
I have created a series of hanging sculptures with vintage pen nibs and copper, set in clear acrylic resin.
In 1995 I was commissioned to design and make the Christmas Windows for Harvey Nichols, London.
Equilibrium. Ritz Carlton, Grand Cayman.
I created the main sculpture for this prestigious hotel, which opened October 2005. Suspended from the ceiling are a pair of 10ft (3m) stainless steel angelfish. They loved the sculpture so much a third angelfish was commissioned a year later.
For Leigh, in Greater Manchester, I have just installed a stainless steel sculpture, 4.5m high, made from 200 silk moths flying from a chimney. It is a permanent piece of Public Art for this regeneration site.