A collection of porcelain for the table, a gathering, where time and occasion
are valued.

A warm, soft satin glaze envelops the calm but strong forms in a smooth, rich,
tactile surface. Form and function come together with subtle traces of the
hand that are left when the porcelain is soft, creating an intimate
engagement with the objects through use.

The objects reflect and absorb the ever-changing atmosphere that
emphasise the porcelains sensitivity to light and a translucent quality of
fine edges. Concerns of function and form inspire these objects, thinking
through making identified within an applied art context.

Work can be found in both public and private collections.


2005 – 2007 MA in Ceramics & Glass, Royal College of Art, London1994 – 1997 BA (Hons)1:1 Art and 3-D Design specialising in Ceramics. Cardiff Institute of Higher Education, Cardiff


2006 Lady Charlotte Fraser, Royal College of Art
2005 Heals Archive 2005 Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust
2002 Selected Maker, Crafts Council 1997 International Giftware finalist 1996 Craft Council ‘Setting Up’ grant


2016 Tea is Hot Keramiekcentrum Tiendrchuur, Holland
2015 Ceramics and Tea Keramikmuseum Westerwald, Germany
2015 ‘Emmanuel Cooper Legacy’ Contemporary Ceramics London
2014 ‘Young Clay’ Keramikmuseum Westerwald, Germany
2013 ‘Young Clay’ Keramiekcentrum Tiendrchuur, Holland
2012 Crafting Excellence, Fortnum and Mason, London
2011 Prints & transfers Galerie Handwerk, Munchen, Germany
2010 Subtle Edges, Metroplolitan University, London
2009 White, Leach Pottery, St Ives
2009 Still Leben, Galerie Handwerk, Munchen, Germany



2010 Techniques using slips A&C black 2009 Ceramic Review Exhibitions no.235 2008 ‘500 Plates and chargers’ Larkbooks 2007 ‘Remember take off toilet slippers’ Ceramic Review 225 2005 British Studio Potters’ Yates-Owen & R.Fournier, A&C Black 2005 The Ceramics Book, Ceramic Review 2004 ‘500 Cups’: Ceramic exploration of utility and glaze Larkbooks 2004 BBC Homes and Antiques, Talent around Britain Issue, March 2002 ‘500 Teapots’ Larkbooks 2002 ‘Sensual Pleasures’, Ceramic Review 193 2002 ‘Salt Glaze Ceramics’, Rosemary Cochrane, Crowood Press 2002 ‘The Glaze Book’, Stephen Murfitt, Thames & Hudson 2000 ‘Potters’ 12th Edition Ceramic Review, Emmanuel Cooper 1999 Karen Ann Wood, ‘Tableware’, Crowood Press 1996 Contemporary Ceramics 2 V & A London 1996 Ceramics Art and Perception