About me

My approach to designing contemporary silverware is based on an exploration of shape and form, combined with function in an attempt to find new ways of addressing how the medium is perceived in a rapidly changing world.

The types of object I make are diverse, often incorporate other materials and recent work re-evaluates shagreen, sharkskin, glass and marble for both their durability and decorative merits in a way which enhances the traditional skills I use to produce my work.

 My work has won numerous awards and has been exhibited internationally, many times at Goldsmiths Hall and at the Victoria and Albert museum.

 Major projects include a Hanging Pyx for Holy Trinity Church, Cookham, one of only a handful of such objects to be designed for an Anglican setting within the last century. Others include an altar cross for St. Michaels Church, Ightham, Kent and most recently a staff for Merton College Oxford.

I have been invited to judge for the Goldsmiths Craft and Design Council and I am a full member of the UKs foremost association for designer silversmiths , Contemporary British Silversmiths

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