From my studio next to the Norfolk Broads I draw inspiration both from my location and from my post graduate training in Japan. Many study trips, a summer long residency and several exhibitions means I have a cultural appreciation and an affinity with Japanese design
The colours and textures of my glazes reflect the natural beauty surrounding me and are complemented by the traditional method of wood firing.
Many long hours of fuelling my kiln with re claimed wood produces a unique surface which is created by the burning ash melting to form a glaze.
This means that no two pots are ever totally the same, each is a unique
My pots suit most interiors and many are designed for flowers, complementing the form and completing the cycle of making.