Glanbia 100 Years Commemoration

Glanbia 100 Years Commemorative Commercial Project. Produced in 2016 and Carved from solid mahogany.

Jack Whites Pub

Pirate design for Jack Whites pub.

The Singing Hat

The Signing Hat. A tribute to John Kelly of The Haven Hotel. The second highest totem pole in Ireland and the British Isles. On permanent display at The Haven Hotel, Dunmore East, Co, Waterford.

King of the Vikings

King of the Vikings. Commissioned by Waterford Museum of Treasures for their 3D Virtual Reality experience in the Viking Quarter. One of the pieces of the Ancient East tourism trail. On permanent display in Baileys New Street, Waterford.


The worlds longest Viking Sword is 23 metres in length and through a series of carved panels tells the story of the Vikings in Waterford, Irelands oldest city. It is carved from one single piece of timber which fell in a storm in Ballinamona, Co, Waterford where much of the initial carving work took place. The sword was unveiled with huge national and international coverage at the Ploughing Championships 2017.

The Locomotive

The Locomotive. Commissioned by Waterford City and County Council for the hugely popular Waterford Greenway. A playground feature and picnic site representing the old Durrow Train Station that served on the Waterford to Mallow line until 1967.


Tree of Hope

Tree of Hope. A 45ft high wooden sculpture carved with three angels and a dove representing a message of Hope. Featured on Nationwide and The Local Eye television productions as well as wide spread local and national newspaper coverage. On permanent display Fenor Church, Fenor Co Waterford.

Cu Chulainn

Commissioned by Glenbrien Village Renewal Group as a commemorative piece for 1916. Unveiled by Paul Kehoe T.D. On permanent display in Glenbrien Village, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.

The Lonesome Fisherman

The Lonesome Fisherman. Commissioned by Ardmore Pattern Festival in 2016. Depicts the lonesome fisherman and pays homage to the fishing communities of County Waterford. On permanent display in Ardmore, Co, Waterford.

Apple in the Hand

Commissioned by a family in Greystones Co Wicklow. It is a 30ft sculpture which pays homage to the much loved orchard that once stood on the site. Received local and national press coverage. On permanent display in Greystones, Co, Wicklow.

The Giant Troll

Commissioned by South Dublin County Council it is a 100ft landscaped troll. A winner of the prestigious RoSpa 5 Star award. On permanent display in Griffeen Park, Lucan, Co Dublin.

The Brown Bull of Cooley

Commissioned by South Dublin Council as an interactive sculpture for a suburban playground. A magnificent sculpture made from Irish oak standing 5.5 feet high, 10 feet long and weighing 3 tonnes. On permanent display Sandyford, Co, Dublin.


Pink Floyd

Private commission of a wedding gift, based on the famous Pink Floyd album cover artwork.  6 foot in height.

Praying Hands

Hand sculpture carved from a fallen tree, Courtown, Wexford.

The Hurler

12" High custom commemoration trophy