Narration is hugely important; whether it is through the use of colour, shape or form she aims to tell a story, to tap into the historic use of ceramics as a medium of communicating narrative. She seeks inspiration from various sources – such as the domestic, nature, society, the 1970s and colour.
Clay at its source is an organic material: in the way she presents her work there is a wobbly, organic feel. She enjoys the naiveté of, say, a fingerprint or a slight imperfection, showing that a piece is unique and handmade.
Press —︎ House and Garden Magazine ︎ It’s Nice That
Education —Currently studying Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art
2018 — 2020
BA (Hons) Illustration at the University of Brighton
2014 — 2017