Born 1947. Studied sculpture at Hornsey College of Art and Goldsmiths College until 1971. Worked 1971-86 as an experimental public artist. Established a multimedia theatre company creating performance work and environments of colour, movement and sound. For public open spaces.
Represented the UK at the Singapore Festival of arts in 1986. Organised and ran studio workshops in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Manchester, working creatively with young and unemployed people funded by the arts council of GB, Now works from his studio in France.
‘art is a uniquely human process, a lifelong diary of the imagination recording the act of living, love, pain and beauty in colour, light, movement and sound, presented to our senses through new and traditional crafts, technologies and media as objects, images , thoughts and actions expressing our human ingenuity and creativity.’