I offer a range of products a services to my clients and operate at the higher end of the market which really enables me to stretch my creative legs. Commission based work is not only the most interesting but also the most rewarding as it gives me the opportunity to get to know what the client wants and how they want it created.
Whilst my stock product range is personal enough, with each and every one being hand made to order by myself, there are some times when the products specs don’t quite match the desires of the clients. It is in these situations where a more bespoke service is needs. Different sizes, different designs and different proportions are all things that I consider to be very reasonable options for the inquisitive client. I particularly like getting calls from clients who see a different use for my work and want to know if I can edit my design accordingly.
I have 2 quite distinct styles, one which has inspired my flower pot and coffee table range which stems from origami and geometrics forms, and the other a more fluid style that my sculpture takes the route of. Sculptural commission work enables me to hark back to my education as an automotive designer and artist and use some free flowing lines that play and interact with each other. The style is distinctive and modern and on a Google search comes on page one for images under modern sculpture.
My debut range of sculpture and products was received well by the industry and had some good media coverage and whilst Flame and Liquid Silk are no longer available, I welcome any art or product commissions from clients that like the direction and language of any of my pieces.
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