As Winter approaches the clocks go back an hour marking shorter days and the start of long dark nights brings out an ingrained need in us to batten down the hatches and stay cosy in front of a roaring fire. This change of season also marks the launch of my
Since 1999 I have been commissioned by Rolls-Royce Aerospace PLC, to design and manufacture a variety of presentation sculptures for both UK and international awards. I have worked with numerous people from a variety of departments. This gallery shows a selection of those award sculptures.
For the majority of homeowners the number of your property probably isn’t too big a deal – it’s just a way for the people delivering the post to identify your home from the one next door, and the one next to that. For others, however, it’s every bit as symbolic
Rolls-Royce Science Prize – Eden Environment Award 2010. I worked on this project with a group of apprentices, developing and honing ideas and drawings, so that I could manufacture the award sculpture. The event was fantastic. When Tim Smit, the Eden Project owner/director, unveiled the trophy on stage from underneath
Trends come and go but artistic styles can resonate for generations. An example of this is etchings – an innovative form of art where incredible creations are made by scratching away at materials to leave a pattern that is truly unique. While time consuming, this artistic style is highly rewarding