My studio is a reclaimed brick and pantile purpose built building. Originally a piggery and part of Holme Farm now joined to the main house via a contemporary gallery space.
I share this with my wife, artist and sculptor Nichola Theakston.
We look out over the river Trent to one side and open farmland towards Laughton woods on the other.
I studied ceramics for six years gaining both a BA and an MA degree and then lectured for five years at Camberwell College of Arts whilst establishing myself as a studio ceramicist.
Over the last few years I have been working with a foundry and I now concentrate all my energy into drawing and sculpting for bronze.
My designs are collected and exhibited worldwide and there are examples of my work in major museums across the UK.