First Place Winner of the 1989 James Wilbur Johnston International Figure Sculpture Competition, Baltimore, MD. An on-site, same room, same model, monitored one-week competition judged by three internationally known sculptors.
Winner of the 1990 Atlanta Olympic Organizing Committee Sculpture Competition to create a sculpture to represent Atlanta in it’s successful bid for the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games.
Selected in 1993 to compete by the U.S. Treasury Department for the 1995 and 1996 Olympic Coin Designs
Winner of 1993 Competition for commission to create Roswell, Georgia’s Faces of War Memorial
Winner of 1994 Competition for commission to create monumental bust of Dr. Robert Greenblatt for the Medical College of Georgia
Selected in 1994 to create life-size sculpture for Atlanta Botanical Garden
Selected in 1994 by Georgia Tech to create life-size sculpture of Dean George Griffin
Winner of 1995 Competition to create a sculpture of Jesse Mercer for Mercer University, Macon, Georgia
Selected in 1997 to create life-size sculpture of former Atlanta City Councilwoman Barbara Asher for downtown Atlanta
Selected in 1997 to create a life-size bronze sculpture of George Heaton for Blue Ridge Leadership Conference, Black Mountains, North Carolina
Selected in 1998 to create bronze sculpture of children for Trinity School, Atlanta
Selected in 1999 to create bronze sculpture of child for Atlanta Speech School
Selected in 1999 to create a life-size bronze sculpture of grandfather and granddaughter for permanent collection of the River Gallery, Chattanooga, TN
Selected in 2000 to create a life-size bronze sculpture of children for Westminster School, Atlanta
Selected in 2000 to create life-size bronze sculpture for Anderson County Library, Anderson, SC
Selected in 2000 by Georgia Department of Human Resources to create life-size sculpture for former State Mental Hospital cemetery in Milledgeville, GA
Selected in 2000 to create life-size sculpture on Founder’s Square, Columbus, GA
Selected in 2000 by the Fulton County Arts Council to create a life-size sculpture for the Abernathy Arts Center, Sandy Springs, GA
Selected in 2001 to create bronze busts of the CEOs of Lithonia Lighting, Keffer Management, Physicians Reference Laboratories and Cap, Gemini, Ernst & Young.
Selected in 2002 by the state of Georgia to create a life-size bronze Memorial sculpture of the Georgia tenant farmer, plowing with a mule. Located in Perry, GA
Selected in 2003 to do Jesse Mercer for the Atlanta campus of Mercer University
Selected to do a life-size bronze sculpture of Bernard Ramsey for the University of Georgia at Athens
Chosen to do a life-size of Neil Faucett, Atlanta
Selected between 2004 -2014 to do life-size busts of the following Atlanta civic leaders and philanthropists for the Shepherd Center
Jane Woodruff, Philanthropist
Bernie and Billie Marcus, Philanthropists
Alana Shepherd, Founder of the Shepherd Center
James Shepherd, The Shepherd Center
Harold Shepherd, CEO Shepherd Construction
Dr. David Apple, Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Donald Peck Leslie, CEO of the Shepherd Center
Mr. and Mrs. Manderson, Philanthropists
Selected during the period 2004 -2014, numerous life-size or larger sculptures, which include the following.
The Reagan Library
U.S. Senator Wyche Fowler
U.S. Senator Sam Nunn
U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young
The International Olympic Archives
Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina
River Gallery in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Omega Psi Phi National Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Erskine College, Due West, South Carolina
Georgia Agri-Center, Perry Georgia
Rabun Gap Nacooche School
River Gallery, Chattanooga
Anderson County Library, Anderson, S. C.
YMCA Headquarters, Black Mountain, N.C.
The Clemens’ Rose Garden, St. Cloud, Mn.
Florida Southern College
University of Georgia
Georgia Southwestern State University
and many others.