First and foremost a letter-cutter, Gary Breeze has an acutely sculptural response to his materials be they stone, wood or metal. Text informs both his inspiration and approach to form and design. His sensitive and masterful work adorns The Scottish National Parliament, British Library, Chatsworth Gardens, and The Victoria and Albert Museum. He had a solo exhibition at the The New Art Centre at Roche Court and regularly works on major memorial commissions. In 2008 he was awarded the first Jerwood Contemporary Makers prize.