2015

  • SKULPTUR Book launch in London 25.th June Edited by Royal British Society of Sculptors.

  • Publication of Skulptur. Edited by Royal British Society of Sculptors. Published by Hatje Cantz ISBN 978-3-7757-4043-2

  • Unveiling of Labyrinth and other sculptures by the Ambassador of Norway in Prince´s Gardens Imperial College London. The opening of the exhibition SKULPTUR

2014

  • Selected to exhibit the sculpture Labyrinth in Prince´s Gardens South Kensington London in the RBS Nordic Exhibition SKULPTUR 2015 in an open call, nearly 170 applications came from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. one of 17 selected artists, two from Iceland

2010

  • The unveiling of "Changes" by Sir Peter Michael. Site Specific Sculpture at the main entrance to New Greenham Park, Berkshire 24th September

  • Permanent installation of the 1st prize sculpture Changes the winning design of the International Greenham Common Sculpture Competition, UK 1998

2009

  • Artist´s State Grant, Ministry of Culture, Iceland. Six months grant.

2008

  • Sculpture Network, Pöcking, Germany. A new member.

  • SÍM The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists, Reykjavík, Iceland. A new member.

       2004

  • The Artist Award from Kopavogur city, Iceland.

2001-2003

  • Committee Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors

 

2003

  • Was in the selection committee for new Bursary members of the RBS, 250 applications came in from young Art graduates for only 10 places

  • Active council Member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors, London.

 

2002

  • The unveiling of “Time” by DR Jean Gooding MBE Indoor 3D Site Specific Mural for Westwood High School for Girls London.

  • The unveiling of “Coreby Lord Michael Heseltine CH, PC. Indoor water sculpture. UCL, the British Heart Foundation Laboratories, Rayne Institute, University Street, London.

  • Active council Member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors, London.

  • Was in the selection committee for the Annual Exhibition of the RBS with: Richard Cork Arts Critic, Derek Morris RBS President, Chris Dunseath ARBS and Prof. Glynn Williams FRBS.


2001

  • Invited and selected. Committee Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors 2001-2003

  • Sculptors Fellowship. Nominated and approved by the The Royal British Society of Fellowship to join their company (ARBS 2000)

  • Finalist. Sculpture for Wingfielld Arts College Yard, Suffolk.

       2000

  • Solo Sculpture Exhiibition in the Millennium Dome, London invited, supported by Egils sjodur Skallagrimssonar.

  • Monument Metro Public Art Commission Newcastle City Centr, invited. Finalist.

  • Elected to the RBS as an Associate Member.

1999

  • Winner of the Westwood High School Clock-face Competition.

  • Art Exhibition and Cultural event at the Royal College of Art London, supported by Egils sjodur Skallagrimssonar.


1998

  • 1st prize winner of the International Greenham Common Sculpture Competition, UK with 150 participants.

  • Invited to represent the UK at “Fabriq’Art”, Mereville, France. Supported by the EU.


1997

  • 1st winner of the Wybo Haas award and commissioned by Wybo Haas to design an award trophy, "David" which will be given annually to artists and writers from a wide range of disciplines, UK.

  • Nominated for the Wybo Haas award for young British sculptors.

  • A winner of the prestigious Membership Bursary of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. Two year grant.

1992

  • After graduation from Chelsea College of Art and Design London invited by the Design Museum, to participate in the exhibition A Festival of Scandinavian Design and Exhibited my degree sculpture Wheel of Progress by the main entrance to the museum.

  • Selected entries for the Exhibition The National Glass Competition for the ITN building in London. Sir Norman Foster & Partners Gallery, Battersea, London.