Having grown up in the cities of Islamabad, New Delhi and Paris, I developed an intense interest in the architectural heritage, art and craft that surrounded me during those years. I went on to study at the City and Guilds of London Art School, completing a foundation diploma in Art and Design and subsequently studied a diploma in architectural stone carving for three years. I received a traditional and technical training in drawing, clay modelling, lettering, and stone carving. My portfolio is comprised of both fine art sculpture and commissioned architectural sculpture for public buildings such as Southwark Cathedral and the Haberdashers Hall in London, and private residences in France and the United Kingdom. I am currently studying an MA in Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art, London.
The restoration of Humayun's tomb. Edgar Ward. Print on paper. 2017.