I am a ceramicist and photographer currently working in East Sussex.
After completing a Foundation Course at Oxford Brookes, I studied Fine Art (BA Hons 1st class) at Kingston School of Art from 2016 to 2019. In my final year at university I sat for the first time at a potter’s wheel. I have been hooked ever since.
Following graduation, I built myself a simple garden studio in East Sussex, where I make my ceramics. So far, my work is entirely self-taught and I spend my time practicing, researching and learning more about the craft.
Most of my work is hand thrown on a potter’s wheel, creating one-off and repeated forms that reflect my appreciation of simple, ergonomic design. Features like comfort and practicality are of fundamental importance; the way a mug feels in your hands means as much to me as how it looks.
The various glazes I use all share a natural and subdued palette, and I’m particularly interested in ash-based glazes. The subtle alchemy and huge diversity of organic ashes present endless possibilities, and I have been developing an ongoing series exploring a range of beautiful and intriguing surfaces.
I’m also a painter, musician and photographer. All of the photos featured on my instagram and website are my own.
As well as making my own ceramics, I also take commissions. Do get in touch if you have any questions about my work, and if you'd like to stay updated on my practice and catalogue, please follow me on Instagram.