I fell into the world of sculpting quite by chance many years ago. I decided to go on a photography course, photographing modern buildings being my passion at the time. unfortunately, or fortunately photography classes were full so I signed up for sculpting classes thinking I would be able to swap over to the photography classes once some pupils fell by the wayside. I never did because sculpting very quickly became a Passion.

In Brighton I studied under Teresa Martin for several years, and started exhibiting in the Brighton Festival it had always been an ambition of mine to have a sculpture on public display still I’m not sure that I ever thought that this ambition would be realised.

five years ago I was stopped on the street and asked if I would submit. an entry in for a competition for a memorial to commemorate those who have died and those whose lives have been affected by HIV AIDS I was lucky to win to be shortlisted for the competition And to on to be commissioned to create the memorial. I spent two years a designing and creating the sculpture which was unveiled on 9 October 2009 by David furnish and stands in the Newsteine Gardens in Kemptown in Brighton