My Art Practice

I began working with ceramics whilst still at school and developed my skills during my Art Foundation (Diploma at Central Saint Martin’s School of Art and Design, London).

I went on to complete a B.A. Fine Arts in 2001. I specialized in sculpture and my final exhibition work combined unglazed black and white clay with wood.

I currently specialize in creating functional sculptures. A variety of natural forms inspire my work. I create organic asymmetrical shapes that remain associative, yet are entirely original. My work stems from a diversity of influences, ranging from human anatomy to microscopic underwater creatures.

My work explores these biological forms using white earthenware clay. I prefer to keep the simplicity of colour so as to keep the focus on the shapes. My artworks are unusual and unique pieces of art.