Graduated in 1977 from Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen with Post Diploma in Art (Highly Commended).
Currently teaching art at Peebles High School.
Exhibits in many group exhibitions including Royal Scottish Academy, Visual Arts Scotland, Royal Glasgow Institute and Aberdeen Artists Society.
Awarded several prizes including Travelling Scholarship to Italy and RSA awards – Ottillie Helen Wallace Scholarship Fund Prize, Meyer Oppenheim Prize, Benno Schotz Prize.
Elected Professional Member of Aberdeen Artists and Visual Arts Scotland.
At present my current work is abstract metal sculpture involving the dynamic process of working directly with the material after initial drawings and watching spontaneous effects appear in my work and how the material reacts. My work explores the concept metamorphosis of movement and balance from aspects of the landscape through to the static form of sculpture. Inspiration comes from studying aspects of the environment that have been affected by the influence of man, the transformation of the terrain through erosion and by the harshness of the ever-changing elements.