Making pots for me is rather like constructing a small poem, vessels are born from a thoughtful process – weaving creative ideas together and visualising them made of natural organic materials.
My collections are favourite forms that arrive from an appreciation of essential shape. When fire and chemistry come together, clay and materials are activated and opening the kiln is always an exciting moment, I hold my breath waiting to see and handle what the firing will deliver.
In harmony with our everyday rituals and in quiet ceremony, pots made for utility are a bridge to the organic world from where their materials originate and so wild places are never truly forgotten, but remembered and brought inside.
Whether pieces are repeated or one of a kind, each has its own character and speaks for itself.