About

I make functional ceramics and unique one off pieces, using stoneware clay or porcelain. I am inspired by the thought of my pots becoming a part of someone's daily ritual, whether that be as their favourite bowl for breakfast or first choice of mug for their morning coffee.  Experience:  After working at the  Gaya Ceramic Art Centre  in Bali for 6 months, and with  Renton Bishopric  on the Sunshine Coast in Australia, I am now living in Bristol, UK. Upon graduation from Manchester School of Art with 1st Class Hons in 2010, I undertook a 1 year Apprenticeship at  North Street Potters  in London before joining the collective. Here I became involved in making a range of tableware for restaurants including Coya in Mayfair and Fera at Claridges. I am now producing work for use at home and in restaurants, both hand-built and on the wheel.  Teaching:  Since graduating in 2010 I have been teaching pottery to children and adults. For 5 years I worked at Clapham Pottery in London alongside working in secondary schools. At the beginning of my travels in 2015, I taught in Bali for 6 months mainly focusing on wheel skills and one-to-one sessions. My classes in Bristol will be held at my studio just north of the city, and will focus on hand building, wheel work and decorative techniques. I welcome all abilities and I am happy to assist in self-directed projects.  Practice:  I am motivated by the thought of my pots being used everyday. I hope to create very tactile forms which sit comfortably in the hand. The process of creating pots spans two to three weeks and differs with each season; the slightest change in temperature or humidity alters the rhythm of making.

I make functional ceramics and unique one off pieces, using stoneware clay or porcelain. I am inspired by the thought of my pots becoming a part of someone's daily ritual, whether that be as their favourite bowl for breakfast or first choice of mug for their morning coffee.

Experience:

After working at the Gaya Ceramic Art Centre in Bali for 6 months, and with Renton Bishopric on the Sunshine Coast in Australia, I am now living in Bristol, UK. Upon graduation from Manchester School of Art with 1st Class Hons in 2010, I undertook a 1 year Apprenticeship at North Street Potters in London before joining the collective. Here I became involved in making a range of tableware for restaurants including Coya in Mayfair and Fera at Claridges. I am now producing work for use at home and in restaurants, both hand-built and on the wheel.

Teaching:

Since graduating in 2010 I have been teaching pottery to children and adults. For 5 years I worked at Clapham Pottery in London alongside working in secondary schools. At the beginning of my travels in 2015, I taught in Bali for 6 months mainly focusing on wheel skills and one-to-one sessions. My classes in Bristol will be held at my studio just north of the city, and will focus on hand building, wheel work and decorative techniques. I welcome all abilities and I am happy to assist in self-directed projects.

Practice:

I am motivated by the thought of my pots being used everyday. I hope to create very tactile forms which sit comfortably in the hand. The process of creating pots spans two to three weeks and differs with each season; the slightest change in temperature or humidity alters the rhythm of making.