Sculpture exhibition at Creation Wines, Hermanus Fynarts Festival.
Twenty: Art in the Time of Democracy, collage exhibited at the Pretoria Art Museum and the University of Johannesburg Art Gallery.
Twenty: Art in the Time of Democracy, Contemporary Art From South Africa exhibit of EMIT collage at the Appalachian State University, North Carolina, USA for six months.
Exhibition at Young Blood Arts and Culture Development Foundation Cape Town.
Certificate of recognition awarded for the artwork 'Metaphorical African' at the Young Concrete Sculptor Awards art competition sponsored by PPC Cement.
Finalist at Vuleka Art Competition, group exhibition at Art.b Art Gallery Bellville Cape Town.
Finalist exhibition at Hermanus Fine Arts Competition.
Exhibition at Grande Provence Art Gallery, Franschhoek.
EMIT collage exhibited at Grande Provence Art Gallery, Franschhoek, Western Cape for two years.
Exhibited at group shows at Gallery 88 Paarl, Ebony Art Gallery and Angels 6 exhibition at Grande Provence Art Gallery.
Exhibit in group show 'Walking through walls' at Kiso Art Gallery, Durban.
Create and stage a number of performance art exhibitions with a group of artists called Colabor Art.
1996 to 2002
Solo exhibitions at the Nederberg Knysna Art Experience in 1998 and 1999.
Product designer for an Upliftment project, the Power Station in Grahamstown
Solo exhibition at the Old Arts Gallery in the University of Pretoria, Carfax art gallery.
Group exhibition at the Visual Arts Foundation Gallery in Johannesburg.
First solo exhibition'The Introspective Mirror', sponsored by BMW at the Auto Atlantic Art Gallery Cape Town.
1983 to 1990
Studying art works at galleries, exhibitions and sculpture parks in London, Florence, Rome, Madrid, Barcelona, Montreal, Belfast, Greece, Turkey, Italy, Amsterdam, New York and Washington.
Exhibit at group exhibition in Regent Square Art Gallery London.
Informal exhibitions in Barcelona Spain.
Byam Shaw College of Art in London.
Diploma course in fine art at the Durban Technikon. Art teachers Penny Siopis and Andries Botha.
1981 to 1978
Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Music and Drama School.