This is Flight Paths which has been short-listed for the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize. Flight Paths combines two thoughts. It invites people to consider our place in time by thinking of all the creatures that have flown in the air above Broomhill, from the present back into geological time when that part of Devon was a shallow sea. It portrays a few of these interlocking flight paths as imaginary fossils in the air. It is also a metaphor for our own lives, the options we have and the different outcomes that arise from our choices.
Below is the maquette for Phoenix Vane, this is my design for a sculpture to commemorate the fire on Eastbourne Pier. I have been working on this with Caroline Pick and we are down to the final four. It will be exhibited at the Towner Gallery in June.
Below is the design that won the Hackney Road Sculpture Prize. Called Regeneration Takes the Past into the Future, it will be at the centre of a regeneration project by Regal Homes.