The Artist
Listed Works
Booking an Engagement
Previous engagements

Listed Works
Curzon Cinema - Mayfair
Liverpool Cathedral
Clifton Cathedral Bristol - stations of the cross
Cement Concrete Association

Techniques and Media
Cement Sculpture with Faircrete
Etched Glass
Glass Fibre Cladding
Glass Reinforced Plastic
Metalised Concrete
Inlaid Chipboard
Large Scale Concrete Sculpture
Scaling a Pattern
Metal Moulding
Recycled Glass
Recycled Furniture
Corten Metal Fountains
Water features
Other Projects
Clatterbridge Cancer Research Hospital
Humanities Building at Manchester University
Honolulu Civic Square
Lee Valley Water and Swiss Cottage Community Centre
Motorway Bridge Designs
Wellington College
Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps
Harlow Civic Water Gardens
London City Council
minut Men
Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
Deptford High Street
Recreational Structures
Vintage Car Rally
Various 1960's concrete works
Bay Area Transport System
The Ritz
Proposed Fulham Stadium

Harlow Civic Water Gardens

Harlow was one of the initial "New Towns", which were designed as "overspill" areas. They were the follow-up of "Port Sunlight" and the Rowntree towns of pre-Second World War years, which were social engineering's answers to the slums of the East end of London and many Northern industrial towns.

Frederic Gibberd was the architect, who lived in the area himself and understood its problems.

He designed a water garden for the enjoyment of the citizens, and asked me to design and execute eight gargoyle fountains. Some of these are illustrated here.