Born 1948. Works and lives in Haslev, DK
Education: Apprenticed as a potter by Herman A. Kähler in Næstved, 1966–70. Istitutto Statale per la Porcellana, Sesto Fiorentino and Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence, Italy, 1970–71
Awarded a lifelong artists grant by the Danish Arts Foundation, 1998
His work is represented in museums such as Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Nationalmuseum, Stockholm and Röhss Museum of Decorative Art. Gothenburg, Sweden, Designmuseum Denmark, Art Museum Trapholt and Grimmerhus Ceramic Museum in Denmark. National Museum and Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Trondheim, Norway. Keramion, Frechen, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg and Hetjens Museum, Düsseldorf, Germany. Major collections include The Swedish and Danish Arts Foundation and Annie and Otto Detlef Foundation, Denmark.
Major solo exhibitions include: Museum of Arts and Crafts, Oslo, Norway, 1989. Galerie Clara Scremini, Paris. France, 1997, Galerie Droysen, Berlin, Germany, 2000, Galerie Nørby, Copenhagen, 2003, Holstebro Kunstmuseum, Denmark and Keramion, Frechen, Germany, 2006 and Koldinghus Museum, Denmark, 2009
The flying Lesson, 2011. Majolica, H. 24 cm
Twins, 2011. Majolica, Diam. 71 cm
Two Figures, 2011. Majolica, H. 16 – 36 cm