Over the last 30 years I have demonstrated a consistent exhibition practice as listed on my website; my work relies on a conceptual framework, and is informed by issues in contemporary sculpture, with a background of glass-forming applied to design and architecture. I am specialised in generating and moulding coloured glasses but my general practice is non-materially specific.
My commissioned architectural elements have been placed in various sites around Canberra including feature windows for the Australian Centre on China in the World at the Australian National University.
My most recent Artist in Residency took place last year at GlazenHuis in Lommel, Belgium where I pressed and constructed coloured components for a new sculpture True for the City Hall Permanent collection. Whilst in residence I taught a four day workshop for professional glass artists entitled Pressing and direct casting for architecture and sculpture.
I have a purpose built studio designated for my practice as a sculptor and glass-maker, and am currently working toward my next solo exhibition in Sydney, 2016. Over the last 20 years I have mentored and continue to mentor emerging artists in a one on one studio basis, covering all aspects of applied art practice and contemporary creative issues.