I create work which explores the contradiction between the veneers of order and control we show to the world; and the private realities that lie hidden beneath the surface. This results in pieces which often have a contrast of clean, curved forms with rawness and brokenness.
I craft my one-off sculptures and vessels in a variety of stoneware and porcelain clays, using a combination of techniques: throwing forms to cut, join and distort; and slab-building with organic-textured forms.
My body of glazes creates a quiet palette – enhanced by the incorporation of engobes and oxides to create subtle variations of tone and colour.
Ceramics is my second career. I worked in advertising for 10 years, whilst spending my evenings pursuing my genuine passion in life of clay.
I am represented by Thrown Contemporary and The Art Buyer Gallery. I also sell my work from my studio in North West London, where I live with my husband and two daughters.