He studied at St Martins School of Art and Ateliers, Arnhem.
He was shortlisted for the Beck's Futures prize in 2006. His work Walk a Mile in My Shoes was a rack of 41 pairs of size 13 shoes.
His 2011 Lionheart & Lightsout brass sculpture was installed in Swansea Kingsway by Locws international’s Art Across the City event. The sculpture commemorates two Swansea cage fighter dressed in drag on a night out, who were assaulted. The subsequent fight was documented on CCTV and became an internet hit in 2009.
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