- Principal teacher of ceramics at the Icelandic College of Art and Crafts when the ceramic department was established
- Has received Icelandic State Grants for Artists
- Has been a member of the committee of exhibitions of
the Association of Icelandic Artists as well as a member of the Board
- First president of the Society of Icelandic Ceramic Artists 1981–1984
- Member of Gallery Grjót during its existence 1983–1989
- Head of the Icelandic Section of the Nordic Arts Association 1986–1990
- President of the Nordic Arts Association 1990–1993
- Representative of the Union of Icelandic Visual Arts on the Committee for Icelandic State Grants for Artists in 1984
- Secretary of the Board of the Reykjavik Association of Sculptors since 2000.
- In 2006: Commisioned to set up three pieces of land art, called Vortex I, II and III, after having won the first prize in a competition among selected artists for land art in the area around the Kárahnjúkar hydroelectric power plant in the highlands of Eastern Iceland. Estimated to be finished in 2009.
- In 2007: Honorary Artist in Residence in Hafnarfjördur