British Artist and Sculptor
Schoony’s profound career blossomed over 25 years ago in the special effects and prosthetics for the film industry. His works have featured in over a hundred films worldwide including Hollywood block busters.

He took the plunge into a new career as an artist and is one of the few that use the discipline of life casting as an artform.

In 2008 Schoony erupted onto the London art scene attracting A-list Hollywood starts as major fans.

Schoony’s most iconic sculpture ‘Boy Solider’ is a hyper-realistic depiction of a child holding a hand grenade, supporting a war helmet. This featured outside the Houses of parliament in 2011 as an anti-war protest. Schoony has experimented with many different themes along-side this including capitalism and pop culture.

Schoony’s works are currently features in the following London Galleries; Waluso, Woodbury House, Unit London and Saatchi Art. And Guy Hepner in New York.