I work primarily in thrown stoneware and porcelain, producing unique vessels and sets of functional dinnerware. My ceramics aim to marry beauty, functionality and affordability, and to this end I have developed a palette of glazes strong enough to withstand the stresses of daily use.

I also provide interactive workshops using raku firing techniques, these involve removing pieces from a small, gas fuelled kiln at temperatures up to 1000 C and immersing them in beds of sawdust. I believe raku is immensely valuable in attracting newcomers to the wider field of ceramics due to the dramatic nature of the process and the immediacy of spectacular results, allowing participants to take home the piece they have created within minutes.