Born in London, UK.
Foundation course at Camberwell School of Art. Opted out of a BA course to accept career opportunity.
Apprenticeship as archectural model-maker at Presentation Unit, Southwark, London.
Contracts in the UK and USA for (among others) Norwich University, James Stirling, Lord Norman Foster, Baron Peter Palumbo, City of London.
Specialisation in exhibition design and mount-making at Morris Associates, Southwark, London.
Contracts in the UK and USA for (among others) George Ortiz, Art Institute of Chicago, Lord Norman Foster, Baron Peter Palumbo, City of London.
Freelance model-maker and special effects designer for architects, film and tv.
Time out. Extensive travel around Europe. Most major cities visited from Stockholm to Lisbon to Ankara.
Relocation to Berlin, Germany.
Freelance decorative painter and designer for (predominately) restaurants, bars, private appartments, playgrounds, off-theater.
First activity as a free artist (painting, sculpture, installation, experimental film).
First exhibitions of large format acrylic paintings in Berlin (various venues).
First solo exhibition in UK (paintings and objects) at Quay Arts Centre, Newport, Isle of Wight.
Founding of independent off-space Gallery Wallywoods with first location at Kreuzberg, Berlin.
Curatorship of regular exhibitions and varied program of music and performance events. Presentation, over six years without pause, of thousands of local and international artists, performers, writers and film-makers. Various regular as well as one-off open workshops.
Artistic direction of gallery, and also own art projects, increasingly experimental, avand-garde, conceptual.
Active at readings as writer and poet, and on stage as avand-garde performer and master of ceremonies.
Regular guest organiser of art and music happenings at other venues across Berlin, notably at Bert Pappenuss's Cafe Burger.
Co-founding (with Thomas Heger) of the art and events location Art Pub Wallywoods in Mitte, Berlin.
Relocation of Gallery Wallywoods into 600 square-meters of rooms within the culture center Kulturhaus Peter Edel (aka Kulturhaus Weissensee) in Weissensee, Berlin.
Expansion of activities to include youth and street art projects and workshops. Integration between locals and arts professionals, including the International Roaming Biennale of Teheran 2008 and the International Noise Conference 2009.
Membership of the cultural association Fördervereins Kulturhaus Weissensee.
Performance painting as guest artist on tour with East German cult band Freygang (with US artist Aloysious Dougherty III).
Host of second Embryo concert at Gallery Wallywoods in Kulturhaus Weissensee.
Founding of the 12 piece Broken Pianos Orchestra.
Embarkation upon the major sculptural works, still in progress, of The Piano Thrones Project.
Organiser of a series of demonstrations and writer of open protest letters to local government (Besirksamt Pankow) concerning closure of the Kulturhaus Weissensee culture center, general and specific incompetence of local bureaucrats, and sweeping cuts in the youth and culture sectors across Berlin.
Relocation to Zurich, Switzerland.
Participation in the Urban Art Clash exhibition and festival at ...., (installation The Flying Guillotine Piano Throne) in Prague.
Co-founding (with Maya Malfatti Woods) of independent off-space Paradox Zurich Projects.
Presentation of local and international artists and performers, as well as own and joint projects.
Participation in Mark Divo's Motel Nirwana at Rote Fabrik, Zurich.
Co-founding (with Maya Malfatti Woods) of registered business and designer group Design-Partners in Zurich, featuring graphic design service, showroom for wall decoration, and presentation and sales of objects by 20 local designers.
Various solo and group art and design exhibitions in Zurich.
Three part exhibition Posters on Tour (screen-print and hand-made posters) in London, Zurich and Berlin. In association with Danny Amos Flynn and Maya Malfatti Woods.
Completion of the 20 month project Chapel of the Loving Atheist (room installation and prose). Assisted by Andrej Suda and Maya Malfatti Woods.
Photographic project Bucket Bloke. (Private View: 19 July 2014, Zurich.)
Summer term as guest artist in residence at the studio of Ueli Bichsel at Rote Fabrik, Zurich.
Start of a stay in London. Currently exploring work and exhibition possibilities.