Practice CV

Force of Nature – public art commission for Sustrans at Shawfair Park, Edinburgh. 10 carved sandstone columns marking the start/end of a new cycle track.

Groundswell – sandstone boulder installation at Lochside, Dumfries for The Stove Network and Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership.
Shell – red sandstone sculpture for new housing development in Tullibody, Kingdom Housing Association.
New Life – private commission in Portland limestone for Dawyck Botanic Gardens.

Gentle Presence, Emergence – Private commissions for Dawyck Botanic Gardens Portland and Kilkenny limestone.
Source – Kingdom Housing Association, Alloa town centre celebrating importance of water in the history of the town, Doddington sandstone. 
Forth Valley Hospital – Sculpture installation developed in conjunction with ex servicemen.
Selkirk Flood Protection scheme – development (unbuiltwork) stage 2 proposals.

Langcrags, Woodland Trust Scotland – outdoor seating and musical instruments.
Oakbank Primary School, Perth – small scale public art project involving pupils and wider community – oak and copper totem group.
Pompee Road, Alloa, Marshall Construction – 3 carved/ assembled installations reflecting aspects of local natural heritage. Made from recycled stone from former school.
Hope Springs – Town and Country Franchise International, Hainich, Germany. carved 6 piece installation created during 20th International Symposium.
Tillicoultry Today – Kingdom Housing Association. Galvanised laser cut steel panels exploring past, present and future heritages of Tillicoultry and carved basalt boulder for new social housing development.

Ramus Artist Foundation, Murwano Goslina, Poland
– 2 large scale carved ash totems created during 8th International Symposium, now in Poznan Botanic Garden.
Town and Country Franchise International, Hainich, Germany – ëStumbling stonesí- carved travertine installation as part of the town sculpture trail. Created during 18th International Symposium.
Woodland Trust Scotland, Formenthills, Glenrothes – Sculptural seating and outdoor musical instruments. Pupils from local high school developed designs, and together with woodland users, helped with production of artworks in situ.

JD Fergusson Arts Award 2015. ‘Airborne’ – solo show of sculptures and collagraphs at Fergusson Gallery, Perth.
‘That Bloody Day…’ Greenock Martyrs Wall – Memorial panels for Riverside Project. Hand carved Caithness slab.
Lasswade High School, ‘DREAM’ – sculptural seating.
Town and Country Franchise International, Hainich, Germany. ‘Aha!’ – carved travertine boulder created during 19th International Symposium.
Artlink Central & Clackmannanshire Council – Galvanised metal column ‘Flow‘ for newly built Redwell Primary School, Alloa.
Woodland Trust Scotland, Livingston – Pictish animals carved in situ with local residents involvement.
Woodland Trust Scotland, Glen Finglas Estate – Series of carved wood and stone interactive natural play sculptures.
Perth and Kinross Council Arts Service – Wooden totems ‘Sunbeams‘ at new Invergowrie Primary School ñ whole school and wider community involved in all stages of project from consultation to production.
Falkirk Community Trust and Townscape Heritage Initiative. ‘Picturing our Steeple’ – large scale woodcut prints created by local schools, exhibited in Falkirk town centre.

Dumfries and Galloway Council and the Hollywood Trust – Landform artwork ‘Amazon‘ developed in conjunction with The Base Youth Group and local community at Summerhill, Dumfries.
Heartwood, Blairgowrie – Exhibition of contemporary sculpture.
The Hub, Tranent – Musical instruments
Forth Gateway Project Group, Forth. ‘Making our Mark’ and ‘Sitting Pretty’ – stone carvings and sculptural seating for local community. Created by volunteer adult group – ages 16- 82 in workshops sessions over several months.
Alyth Community Woodland – hand carved oak benches for installation in the wood.

Melville Housing Association, Easthouses, Midlothian. “MINE”
– a collaborative project with poet Ken Cockburn. Large scale laser cut galvanised steel panels and poetry sandblasted into Caithness slab. Local school pupils and the wider community were involved in design development.
North Lanarkshire Council and Balfour Beattie. Large scale Corten steel sculpture ‘On Your Marks’ for Strathclyde Country Park – A legacy artwork project celebrating International Children’s Games co – hosted by North and South Lanarkshire Councils in 2011. Involved local schools, athletes and park users.

Kingdom Housing Association, Fife. ‘Petals in Metal’
– Large scale Corten steel and oak installation in new housing, Cairneyhill. Local school and community involved in design development.
Newcastle City Council, Pottery Bank – Recycled mosaic panels designed and created with local community.
Knoydart Forest Trust, Knoydart – Creating stone carvings for community woodland workshops for all ages.
Edinburgh Jazz festival – With Rob Hall and Chick Lyall providing projected images which reflected and interacted with a concert improvised music.
University of Architecture and Town Planning, Ust Kamenogorst , Kazkhstan. 3rd International Granite Symposium, Kazakhstan. ‘Big Space’ – monumental granite carving awarded 3rd prize.