|2003-07||Studio Foundry: Casting editioned bronzes with Peter Penfold. This has lead to a body of work which can be viewed at the newly converted studio from 2007.|
|1999||Elected Fellow of The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufacture & Commerce (RSA).|
|1995- 2007||Commissioned work: ie: lifesize bronze garden features; unusual portraits. New work for exhibitions.|
|1994||Public work: 'Mrs. Hedges' - bronze on a concrete bench. (Countryside Properties plc). Great Notley, Essex.|
|1993||Public work: 'The Birmingham Man' - bronze and concrete. Collaborative work with Fiona Peever (Presented to the City by Priscilla Mitchell). Chamberlain Square, Birmingham.|
|1992||Public work: 'Elephant's Waterworks' - bronze water feature. (Funded by Private and Corporate sponsorship). Children's Courtyard, Basingstoke District Hospital, Hampshire.|
|1991-95||Elected member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. Subsequently elected: Member of Council and Trustee 1991; Treasurer 1994-95; made a Fellow 1995.|
|1991||Teaching drawing/sculpture at Down House School, Berks.|
|1990||Public work: 'Sundial' ('Tempus Fugit'). bronze and stone. Collaborative work with Alec & Fiona Peever. (British Rail Board). National Garden Festival '90, Gateshead. Permanently sited Templecombe Station, Somerset.|
|1989||Public work: 'The Jolly Fisherman' - cast Ferro-cement and bronze. (British Rail Board). After John Hassell's poster 1908. Skegness Railway Station, Lincolnshire.|
|1988||Small bronze work: editioned whilst in Italy studying foundry techniques.|
|1987||Public work: 'The Beeston Seat' - Ferro-cement, cast reinforced concrete and bronze.|
|1986||Public work: 'The Gardener and the Truant Lion' - Ferro-cement, re-con stone and bronze. (British Rail). Chelsea Flower Show 1986; and the National Garden Festival '86, Stoke on Trent. Permanently sited at Stoke Mandeville Railway Station, Buckinghamshire. (Notts.C.C. and Broxtowe Borough Council). Beeston High Road, Nottinghamshire.|
|1984-85||Portraiture for Waxworks, including: Alfred Hitchcock; Mick Jagger; & Charlie Chaplin.|
|1983||Public work: 'Man & Sheep on a Park Bench' - Ferro-cement and concrete. (Notts. C.C.; East Midlands Arts; Arts Council of Great Britain). Rufford Country Park, Nottinghamshire.|
Freelance work: Figure-making; Prop-making - including the BBC &the ICA Theatre.
Assistant Sculptor to Robert Glen, Morris Singer Foundry. Responsible for enlarging nine larger than life-size horses for bronze: 'Las Colinas Mustangs', Las Colinas, Texas.
Commissioned work including: medal for the Royal College of Surgeons, and portrait commissions.
|1974-77||Studied Sculpture at Bath Academy of Art. (B A Hons)|
|1955||Born abroad, childhood spent overseas.|