Dudley first came to prominence in the 1960S. Alongside colleague Doug Binder, his vibrant designs for architecture, cars and furniture played a defining role in the ‘Swinging Sixties’ and led to commissions from clients including The Beatles, David Bailey, Dudley Moore and Tara Browne.
Since the 1960s, Dudley has embarked on an artistic odyssey that explores a multitude of directions. Embracing a process of meticulous refinement, Dudley has sculpted his vision by shedding the inessential and preserving the essence of his craft. Dudley now lives and works from his studio in Yorkshire, and collectors of his work include Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Mary Quant, Tori Amos, Hugh Grant and Peter Gabriel