Sango was born in 1979. He began sculpting at an early age having been influenced by his brother the late Brighton Sango.
During school holidays he assisted Brighton in creating and completing sculptures and in the process he developed a similar cubic style.
Competition amongst the Sango brothers has been significant in developing subtly unique approaches. Bywell concentrates on perfecting his own cubic interpretation of emotions and situations in abstract form. He prefers to work on Cobalt, Opal, Springstone and Serpentine.
Bywell has exhibited his works at the National Art Gallery in 1998, and participated in competitions, winning some of the prizes in 2004 and 2006. He has further exhibited his sculptures in Austria, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and USA.