My studio

Over the last few years I have been transforming an industrial unit into a sculpture studio where I can design and produce stone sculptures on a large scale I have spent thousands of pounds modifying my studio and it has over 120 square metres of working space. Half of the area is dedicated to the making of large scale sculpture (with access for a ten ton fork-lift truck to drive in). The rest of the space is used as a dust free area for the making of clay models and small carvings, as well as office and tool storage space. Future plans for the studio include the creation of a first floor area for drawing and modelling.

The workshop is located in the grounds of TempleStone. The company produces high quality bespoke natural stone fire surrounds as well as architectural stone masonry. I am able to utilise their heavy lifting equipment and state of the art saws.