William has recently return to England after spending many years living in Australia, where he was represented by some of the country’s most prestigious galleries. He became a Fellow of the Royal Arts Society and was published in several editions of Australian Artist Magazine. During his time in Australia, William was also commissioned by the Sultan of Brunei to do two life-sized bronze sculptures of rearing polo ponies, for installation in the Royal Palace in Brunei.
Now that his life-sized sculpting days are behind him, William works mainly in oil and watercolour and covers a variety of subjects. His equine work covers every aspect of the genre, including racing, hunting, polo and portraiture.
Now residing permanently in the North East of England he is spending time enjoying the race horse stables in Middleham and following the many hunts that the region has to offer. Whilst not yet represented by a UK gallery, he is busy working on commissions and enjoying being home.