'For some considerable time I have been working within a combination of form and colour, and colour and form, each taking it in turn to act as a playground for the other; developing certain sensory harmonies and rhythms, which have been related purely in plastic terms, within the objects' limitations and formal terms of definition. Consequently, the end product is quite often different from the last and more often not results in illusion. But I shall refrain from starting to intellectualise at this stage or explain my motivations - for although this may interest the onlooker it should not concern him'.
Born in India and came to England in 1954. He studied at Canterbury and Kingston Colleges of Art. Included in group exhibitions at the FBA Galleries, London, and in the Young Contempories exhibition at the Tate in 1967.