I have been working with clay for 2 years now, but it’s in the blood.

Some of my earliest memories are of watching my mother in the garden carefully placing pots in a dustbin before setting them all on fire. This was fascinating to me and I loved playing with clay back then, but it took me another 30 years before I touched a lump of clay again. Since then I haven’t stopped, and there’s barely a day goes by when I don’t get my hands muddy.

It seems I was always destined to follow in her footsteps. My work explores the contrast between natural and manmade forms. Equally inspired by the urbanscapes of the city and the natural world beyond, my practise explores the contrast between these two environments.

I create pieces where refined edges intersect harmoniously with organic shapes creating unity through the balance of the texture and the form.