Born at Folkstone, Kent, he studied fine Art at Kingston School of
Art, 1951-55, and sculpture at the Royal college of Art, 1957-61.
Awarded the Sir Richard Sainsbury Scholarship, 1962, and the winner
of the Arts Council Major Award, 1979, he has participated in group
exhibitions since 1960 and held his first one-man show in 1982.
In 1989 he received the Welsh Arts Council Travel Award.
His multi-figure, polychrome group in glass reinforced polyester,
Wish You Were Here (1983-4), was commissioned for the International
Garden Festival at Liverpool.
His work in Glasgow is represented by Winchers Stance,
Buchanan Bus Station (1994).
He was elected an ARBS and ARCA.