Michael is concluding an AHRC fellowship at Loughborough University to explore the potential of computer aided design and manufacture to expand Donald Judd’s sculptural concept: Specific Objects. This currently involves attempts to master Maya in order to then exploit the rapid prototyping equipment present in the university's mechanical engineering department.


Michael has been shortlisted for the inaugural 108 Public Art Award at the Royal Society of British Sculptors. His model will go on show at their London Headquarters in January. He will also participate in the group show 2 1/2D exploring the relationship between two and three dimensions at the same venue in February, 2009.

Michael's solo exhibition Virtually Sculpture will shortly begin touring the UK. Commencing at the Study Gallery in Poole in December.

Michael is continuing his collabouration with the Galvanise Festival in Sheffield, working in response to the awesome Engineering works at Davy Markham.

Michael has teamed up with Shapeways to offer a series of limited edition sculptures for sale. The rapid prototyped sculptures are available for purchase from their website.

Michael's new chameleonic light sculpture is on display at Burghley Sculpture Garden in the group exhibition Light until the end of October 2009.

Michael's solo exhibition Virtually Sculpture will go on show at South Hill Park Arts Centre in Bracknell at the end of June.


He is also pleased to reveal his participation in the Sculpture on the Beach festival in Aarhus Denmark in June 2013.

Michael's solo exhibition Chameleons and Shape Shifters runs at Gallery Oldham until June 14th 2012.

Michael's solo exhibition Chameleons and Shape Shifters will go on show at the Schwartz Gallery in London on 15th September and features an 18m long giant breathing inflatable.

Michael is developing a new giant breathing inflatable that will pass from room to room in the City Gallery, Peterborough in October 2014.