At school he studied History Of Art, Architecture and art. It was there that he started to explore the physical boundaries of clay in relation to form and purpose. Inspired by travelling and the natural world, he began to transform classical styles of pottery into more abstract forms.
He continued to blur the lines between sculpture and ceramics at Camberwell University. It was there that he developed a notable series of "Bulls Heads" and "Vessels."
Jonathan now specialises in modern abstract sculptures finished in clay, fibreglass, bronze and steel.
"My abstract sculptures are concerned with harmony, the natural world, aesthetics and beauty. I believe these concepts and phenomena are crucial to the integrity of art."
Jonathan accepts commissions in a range of different sizes and materials.