Born in London 1960
Hornsey College of Art (Middlesex Polytechnic) 1978 - 1979
Brighton Polytechnic BA(hons) Three Dimensional Design 1979 - 1982
Aug 1982: 'Fresh Out', Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
Aug 1982: '30 Jewellers', Aspects Gallery, London
Nov 1982: 'All That Glitters', Harvest Arts, Amsterdam
June 1983: Hilary Brown: Jewellery, Alison Britton: Ceramics, Floris van den Broecke: Furniture, Aspects Gallery London.
April 1984: 'Great Aspectations' (New Work From 12 Jewellers) Aspects Gallery London
May 1984: 'Love Is', Knowles-Brown, London.
June 1984: '22 Goldsmiths' Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia USA
Sept 1984: VO Gallery Washington DC, USA
Oct 1984: 'Spooning' Aspects Gallery, London
Dec 1985: 'Crafts With Christmas in Mind', Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery
1984 - 1992: Working in wood - jewellery, spoons, vessels. Selling via Crafts Council, Liberty of London, Primavera Cambridge and other outlets
2004 - 2006: KLC School of Design London, Diploma Interior Design and Decoration
May 2013: Open House Exhibition, Brighton Festival
May 2014: Open House Exhibition, Brighton Festival
May 2016: Open House Exhibition, Brighton Festival
May 2017: Open House Exhibition 'The Spaces In Between', Brighton Festival
Nov 2018/Jan 2019: 'Monochrome' Bluecoat Display Centre curated by Maeve Anderson
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston USA. Helen Williams Drutt Collection: Neckpiece of 5 pieces, acrylic.
Crafts Council: Spoons, wood.
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA): 2 acrylic neckrings, acrylic bracelet set.
Work appearing in publications:
New Tradition, The evolution of jewellery 1966-1985 by Caroline Broadhead pub. British Crafts Centre