At Grammar School I was given day release and study evenings at Beckenham Art School.
After this, I soon found work in London in the advertising and book publishing industries.
I left a directorship in publishing in the early 1970's to pursue my own work, printing and illustrating books by hand and, since the mid 1980's, making sculpture.
My prime interests have always been art, natural history and making things. I have written about the sculptor Naum Gabo and I founded the charity – the Gabo Trust, for sculpture conservation, in 1987. Both my sculpture and hand printing have been widely exhibited and I am represented by Annely Juda Fine Art in London.