– through Mystical Traditions, the Transformation Game and Creativity

My work has always been inspired by the spiritual practices I have studied. Meditation in the Western Mystical Tradition led to my first major exhibition in 1979 and subsequent exhibitions grew from this. Shamanism and Buddhism led to land art projects. In each case I used appropriate media for the opportunity. As a lecturer/facilitator I often combine spirituality and creativity in projects for students and participants.
For over twenty years I focused on ceramic sculpture and made a living for my young family selling work around the world accompanied with lectures. My work received international awards. In the 2000’s I took creative workshops on sensory awareness in nature to all levels of education (Creative Partnerships - Arts Council).

For many years I was an external lecturer and assessor at University College Falmouth (HE). More recently I taught around 60 students staff and members of the public at Brunel University Arts Centre (FE). I am also a spiritual studies workshop facilitator.