"I was delighted... My husband would have been very proud. You could not have done better..."
"I am so delighted with my ‘Pictish’ stone, which I’ve always dreamt of having. Thank you for making it come true."
"...just as I envisaged it ten years ago!"
The Highland Council commissioned me to carve a dolphin sculpture (and a bee) for this stunning location and tourist attraction at Chanonry Point on The Black Isle.
This unique memorial flowing water memorial headstone was commissioned for a young photographer. Clovenside, Forres.
This sculpture is now situated at the entrance to Knockando wool mill. It is about ten feet long and was carved from a single elm log. It is loosely based on the idea of a length of knotted yarn.
I was very pleased recently to be asked to carve a memorial stone for the late Tom Fleming.
Following an appearance in Scottish Field magazine, my stone carving of a mountain hare left for its new home in Australia.
I was very pleased to be included in the Scottish Field magazine as a ‘Star Buy’ for my garden and outdoor sculptures.