Paul trained at Chelsea College in the '8o's, and established himself as a Sculptor, known largely in the West and South West of England during the 1990's. His use of reclaimed materials salvaged from farms, scrap yards and forgotten woodland 'dumps', lends a very distinctive and original flavour to his work, earning much public popularity, both at exhibitions and with the press.
At the turn of the Millienium Paul's life took an unexpected change, leading him to become involved in working with teenagers with learning difficulties at specialist College 'Ruskin Mill', in Gloucestershire. This demonstrated the diverse imagination, creative ingenuity and humour that Paul embodies in his Sculpture.
Paul is keen to apply his mind and hands to the manipulation of strong materials and ideas, to create intriguing, beautiful and provocative sculpture. He expects to work more substantially in the landscape, predominantly using stone and iron, and the natural elements. His fascination with and knowledge of indigenous woodland, flora and fauna adds to his instinctive understanding of rural environment.