Dec. 2018

The School of Art | University of Brighton

“Photograph With Sculpture” – Postgraduate MRes (Masters in Arts and Cultural Research), with Merit

Research question: “How might camera-less photography provide a corollary to ephemeral/ time-based sculpture?”


Sept. 1995 – June 1998

The Bartlett School of Architecture | University College London

Certificate in Professional Practice and Management (with Commendation)

Diploma in Architecture (Distinction for 5th yr. technical study)

Ambrose Poynter Prize for outstanding dissertation; “Sighting the City: Representations of the City in Art”


Sept.1991 – June 1994

School of Architecture | Oxford Brookes University

2.1 Ba(Hons) Architectural Studies (1st in Design)


‘Elements (Salt Field No.3)’ – a commission for the 2016 inaugural installation of Elements Gallery, London, curated by Rebecca Feiner

A development of the original ‘Salt Field’ concept with a site-specific installation for an external courtyard space, responding to the elements over an extended period of time. ‘Elements (Salt Field No.3)’ is formed of a graduation of salt blocks, reducing in density and number, creating a visual response to notions of entropy and decay.


‘Salt Field’ – commission and solo exhibition for HOUSE 2014 as part of the Brighton Festival (invited guest artist Yinka Shonibare MBE)

An installation formed of a field of salt with a continuous drip of gravity-fed water; salt dissolving and recrystallising, literally migrating across the field during the course of the festival. The physical movement of salt connected with the wider themes of the Festival: migration, refuge and territory.


‘Salt Licks’ – commission for Lincolnshire County Council, 2010 to 2018 (unbuilt)

A two-storey structure of salt: a white canvas facing the North Sea designed to weather away over time revealing the marks left by the sun, rain and wind-blown sand: A corollary of the eroding coastline and a vital link to the sea to which the salt returns, in so doing making reference to the immutable nature of salt which – irrespective of any process it is subjected to – reforms always in its natural cubic-crystalline form.



MRes Showcase exhibition, The Waste House, University of Brighton, Nov. 2018.


“Photography With Sculpture”

School of Media, University of Brighton, Aug. 2018.


“Time Machine”

International Photo Exhibition: Galerie Sehnsucht, Rotterdam, February 2018.


“Just In Time”

International juried photography exhibition. PH21 Gallery, Budapest, February 2018.


“Salt Field No.2”

Bio-Base, Making Lewes Festival, Lewes, September 2014.


“Salt Field”

Exhibition of sculpture and photography accompanying the commissioned installation.

HOUSE 2014, Brighton Festival. Curated by Celia Davis.


‘A Matter of Substance’

APT Gallery, London, July 2013. Curated by Caroline Lambard & Elizabeth Murton (“Ideas-Matter-Sphere” salon talk & exhibition).



The Mile End Art Pavilion, London, June 2013. Curated by Monica Shanta Brown.


‘Riding the Crest of the Wave: SCIN at the Seaside’

The SCIN Gallery, London, May 2013.


‘Research: Beyond Words’

Faculty of Art: Brighton University, April 2013.


‘PLAN.OPEN. Hidden / Exposed’

ARtCH & Arbeit , Mile End Art Pavilion, September 2012. Curated by Caroline Harris and Nimrod Vardi.


‘The Art Is Falling Apart’

7th Terrace Annual (outdoor exhibition), August 2012. Curated by Karl Bielik.


‘Royal Academy Summer Show (Gallery VI: The Architecture Room)’

June 2012. Curated by Chris Wilkinson and Eva Jiricna.


‘Random Acts of Time’

Orange County Centre for Contemporary Art (OCCCA), Santa Ana, LA, June 2012. Curated by William Moreno.



Metamorphosis Gallery, Islington Arts Factory, London, April 2012. Curated by Monica Shanta Brown.



Pretty Litter magazine photography exhibition, Brighton, April 2012.



Group happening – various venues, London 2005 to 2009. Curated by Rebecca Feiner.


‘Royal Academy Summer Show (Gallery VII: The Architecture Room)’

June 2004. Curated by Allen Jones and David Hockney.


“MAKING PLACE: The Work of Studio 15 at the School of Architecture & Design, University of Brighton”

Co-authored by Phillip Hall-Patch and Ian McKay

ISBN: 9781388732905


“Time Machine”

Exhibition catalogue, Galerie Sehnsucht publication, February 2018.


“The Indefinite Pleasures of Salt”

EDGE.CONDITION., Issue 03, September 2013.



Exhibition catalogue, July 2013.


“Random Acts of Time”

Exhibition catalogue, OCCCA publication, June 2012.



Exhibition catalogue, June 2012.



Pretty Litter magazine photography, May 2012.


“Weathering the Edge”

From ‘Not Content: Project for a Shared City’, 2011.


“Royal Academy Illustrated”

Summer show catalogue, 2004.


“Breaking the Veil”

From the AD | Architectural Design special issue:

‘The Everyday and Architecture’, 1998.


Art & Design Awards

LICC: London International Creative Competition, 2013. Winner – Best Installation; ‘Salt Licks’.


Architecture Awards

– Civic Trust Awards 2014 (St Paul’s Science Building)

– RIBA Awards, Finalist, 2014 (St Paul’s Science Building)

– RICS: Education Project of the Year Award, 2014 (St Paul’s Science Building)

– RIBA West Midlands Award, Finalist, 2014 (North Birmingham Academy)

– RIBA Awards, Finalist, 2014 (North Birmingham Academy)

– New London Architecture Award, shortlist, 2013 (St Paul’s Science Building)

– London International Creatives Competition, ‘Best Installation’ 2013 (Salt Licks)

– Civic Trust Awards 2010 (Coleridege Primary School)

– BCSE Best School Extension Award, 2010 (Coleridge Primary School)

– RIBA Awards, Regional Finalist, 2010 (O2 HQ)

– The Architecture Award, International Property Awards, 2009 (O2, HQ)