Awards and Achievments

Below are some of my exhibitions, awards and achievements.

Whilst Covid certainly slowed down physical exhibitions, there were thankfully still many online opportunities.

It’s been wondereful more recenlty to get back into physical shows again, theres nothing quite like seeing carving in person. 

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Flyer for Artefact Exhibition which runs from 22nd June to the 29th June 2021


I was delighted to exhibit at Artefact with QEST at the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour in June.

Two pieces of my work were chosen for the show, Force and Merak.

It was the second year that Artefact has taken place and showcased contmeporary craft from Biritsh galleries


SoShiro logo and information about exhibition


 I am delighted to be exhibiting 4 of my carvings at the SoShiro Gallery in Marylebone.

The exhibition is called Welding Cultures and features makers from round the world. It’s a fabulous to be part of such a diverse group of makers.

The exhibition opened on the 4th of June and runs until the 30th July. Tickets are free and can be booked here.

John Byrne Award

In January 2021 I was honoured to be shortlisted for the quarterly John Byrne award which is open to artist over 16yrs old living in Scotland. I will now be in the running for the overall winner at the end of the year.

Please click on the link to see my submission on their website. 



I am delighted to be a recipient of the Visual Arts and Craft Makers Award run by Creative Scotland. I applied for the grant to help continue the development of my designs. I wanted to enrol on an online course with UAL to learn how to use Adobe Illustrator, also buy an A3 printer (so I don’t have to stick lots of pieces of A4 together whilst making a new design!) and finally learn more geometry drawing with the School of Traditional Arts.

I was delighted to receive the grant in January 2021 and I’m really looking forward to how the new skills influence my patterns in the future.

Flow Exhibition - Visual Arts Scotland

My paper embossing of All That Glitters and my Cast of Pyramids were both in the Visual Arts Scotland members exhibition which was this year online. It ran from 1st December 2020-21st January 2021. Both of the pieces I had in the show are available to buy from my shop   

36th Annual Open Exhibition



This year the exhibition was run online. I had two pieces in the show which ran from 2nd December ’20 – 31st January ’21. It’s been really great to see my work in some more exhibitions and really interesting to make some new connections during isolation.

New Beginnings Exhibition


The Lettering Arts Trust held an exhibition for emerging letter cutters. Two of my pieces were chosen for the exhibitions by judging panel. The exhibition ran both in person and online due to Covid restrictions. It was really wonderful to see my work alongside so many talented stone carvers.


A virtual tour of the exhibition is still available by clicking on the link below.

London Craft Week 2020

For London Craft Week 2020 I teamed up with Sipsmith Gin as one of their makers. I carved some bespoke coasters for them featuring some of their brand imagery. The coasters were then sold on their online market of Smithery on their website during London Craft Week. I was also involved in a ‘Meet the Maker’ Instagram live interview with one of their team. I was lovely working with such a great British brand and also being part of London Craft Week.



In 2019 John Smedley celebrated their 235th anniversary making them the oldest manufacturing company in the world. Through QEST I was chosen as one of 6 brand ambassadors to feature throughout their year long celebration including London Craft Week.

To read more about this great opportunity please read the blog I wrote about the experience, and also click on the link below

Yeoman Mason

In 2017 I was welcomed as the 100th Yeoman mason of the Worshipful Company of Masons. This huge honour was in recognition for my work during my Diploma in Historic Stone Carving at City and Guilds Of London Art School.

Diploma Show


In 2016 I graduated from City and Guilds of London Art School with a First class diploma in Historic Stone Carving.

We had a wonderful degree show where many of my pieces sold. Work from my show can be seen on my Gallery page


Making it Exhibition - August 2016


I had five pieces of work exhibited in a group exhibiton at Snape Maltings, the home of the Lettering Arts Trust. The exhibition entitled ‘Making It’ show cased work from City and Guilds of London Art School’s recently graduated students and Alumni.


Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust


I had the huge honour of being awarded a QEST schoalrship in 2014 to support me through my studies at City and Guilds of London Art School.

Whilst the funding was in support of my studies, the support has been on going ever since.