Richard is a sculptor based in London. His practice encompasses installation, public art, photography and film but sculpture has always been at the core of his practice.  Much of his work has focused on the human figure. In recent years he has become increasingly interested in the frailty of human wellbeing particularly the process of ageing as we try to reconcile an instinct to survive with our inevitable decay.

Richard has also been a visiting lecturer at Central St. Martins, Wimbledon College of Art and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. His work is held in  private and public collections here and internationally.

Solo Shows:

AFTER THE FALL  3 month residency at Elements Gallery, Lubomirov Angus Hughes, Hackney, London 2017

BRIGHTON FROM MEMORY (and other stories)  Platform 39 Gallery, Shoreditch London 2015

LONDON LORE Dennis Severs House, Spitalfields, London 2013

THE MECHANICAL AQUARIUM  Fish and Coal building, Kings Cross, London 2010

MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH Royal Ear Hospital, Euston, London 2009

HUSH The Albion Stables, Kings Cross, London 2006

HUSH Mary Ward Centre, Bloomsbury, London 2006

HUSH Farmiloes Buildings, Clerkenwell, London 2004


Group Shows:

25 YEARS Westland Place Studios 2018

PROTOCOL Q-Park Car Park, Cavendish Square 2018

THE CRASH Q-Park Car Park, Cavendish Square 2017

EMPIRE II  Venice, Brussels, London, Berlin, Paris, Oaxaca 2017/18/19

TIME AND AGAIN Safehouse No. 1, Peckham, London 2016

MONO NO AWARE Bo.Lee Gallery, Dulwich, London 2016

7305 DAYS Westland Place Studios, Hoxton, London 2013

RESONANCE  Crypt Gallery, St. Pancras Church, London 2012

17 ROOMS Shoreditch Town Hall, London  2009


Public Commissions:

CURIOUS CREATURES:  Manchester Royal Children's Hospital 2009

PEBBLE MAN:  Arts Depot, North Finchley, London 2007

THE AERIAL AQUARIUM: New Farnham Hospital and Centre for Health 2005

SUN: Hillview Estate, Kings Cross, London 1999

AQUARIUM FOUNTAIN:  Hillview Estate,  Kings Cross, London 1997


Public Collections:

Museum of the Moving Image

The V&A Theatre Museum

National Gallery of Australia