Performance Artist, Interweaving Disability Issues into traditional
and discarded materials.
Visual Arts Degree Lancaster University, Sculpture major.
CEO of Shape – a disability-led arts
organisation – based in London, working with major cultural
institutions and disabled people, as artists and audiences
Also a practising sculptor, ‘Monument to the Unintended Performer’
was installed on the Big 4 at the entrance to Channel 4 TV Centre in
celebration of the 2012 Paralympics, and created in recognition of
all those disabled people who are subject to scrutiny simply by
getting on a bus in a wheelchair or walking down the street with a
Invited to re-create his sculpture ‘Great Britain from a Wheelchair’
for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Paralympic Games as
Lecterns for Lord Coe and Sir Phillip Craven, ‘Great Britain from a
Wheelchair - Revisited’ utilised sports wheelchairs and the blades
of Oscar Pistorius within its construction.
Winner of the Art-Plus Art in Public Places Award with Zoe
Partington-Sollinger and Dada South, this £50,000 award resulted in
the creation of the sculpture, “Squarinthecircle?” - Situated
outside the school of architecture at Portsmouth University.
Prior to Shape he was for over ten years Director of Holton Lee,
Dorset, developing within the 350 acre campus an architectural award
winning building, Faith House Gallery and fully accessible artists
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