Established in 1993 primarily as a lettercutter in stone and wood, Gary gained a reputation for the innovative content of his work. From a coin for the Royal Mint to the tomb of a king or the landscaping of a cloister garth, his sensitivity as a designer has won him numerous major commissions throughout the UK and helped to raise the profile of text and lettering as a public art-form.

Also a keen sailor and boat builder, Gary can often be found at the International Boat Building Training College in Lowestoft.

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photo: Cristian Barnett

photo: Cristian Barnett

Antithesis of Sarcophagi – Best Fresh Garden Chelsea Flower Show 2016. With Martin Cook

Architectural, Awards, Featured, For Sale

"...one of the most uplifting things that I have ever seen at Chelsea" - Monty Don

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photo: Gina Print ©RSC

WELL SAID! Exhibition at Royal Shakespeare Company Stratford

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Sandstone globe with quotation from Hamlet Act 2 Scene 2: O God, I could be bounded in a nutshell and count myself a king of infinite space, were it not that I have bad dreams.

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Tomb of King Richard III

Featured, Public Commissions

The design and making of Richard III’s tomb has been a great team effort; a challenge and a privilege for all of us involved.

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Portfolio

You can find more of my work and exhibitions arranged as a timeline, on my portfolio page.

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