Monthly Archives: April 2016

Drawing at the English National Ballet

In my own studio I’ve been working with Georgie (btw it’s not her in the image above), a classically trained ‘en pointe’ ballerina for some time; mainly drawing form her in charcoal but also using wire for ‘3d sketching’.¬†¬†Working with … Continue reading

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Metal & Sculpture at Central Saint Martins

In my practice, I tend to use plaster which I love, and the sculptures I make are then cast into bronze or bronze resin. During the process of making I use wire to get the overall form in place and … Continue reading

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