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Stonecarved at Aspex

Stonecarved 1.8.2015 – 27.09.2015 It’s taken 18 months to put this show together. Three new works comprising of 13 carved pieces, film, digital, and printed work. You can see a […]


Read all about it

Quite literally. Great article in the current edition of Crafts Magazine with work by yours truly on the cover too.


Getting set for Launch

The last few months have seen me carving like crazy on the lettering panels for the show. I’ve been working on reclaimed slate salvaged from fireplaces and snooker tables and […]

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And the website goes live

Starting 2015 with launching the stonecarved project website. Check out the launch film and how you can get involved.

Forche carving - Work in progress

Project update: November 2014

Blimey, the year has sped past. 12 months ago I was on my first trip down to Aspex in Portsmouth, with no idea about the adventure in store. The opportunity to create new […]

William Smith: Geological Map of England: Cross-section

Project update: August 2014

I’ve been thinking on Florian’s comments on how special the range of stone we have in this country is. Over the last few months I’ve been researching possible quarries to visit, asking if they will […]

Work in progress

Project Update: June 2014

I’ve been thinking about Liz’s comments of the ‘truth’ of stone; an unedited record of it’s own life. It’s prompted me to think about my role in sharing the truth of […]

bunhill fields

Project update: April 2014

When I say I enjoy caving letters, in stone I’m often asked, with a kind of uncertain grimace, if I carve headstones. Carved memorials are important to us, weighted with […]