Summer Making

Sadly with Covid 19 forcing us to stay inside I’m not having as much fun in the sun as I’d like to. The bright side is that I work from home anyway so can fill my time making pots. Summer is the perfect time for making pots. The heat allows the clay to dry faster…

Check out my new brochure

Brochure – Online If you click on this link you can see my whole range of pottery. There is definitely a point where Instagram posts and word of mouth are just sadly not enough so I’ve had fun working with Paul Butler to compile my range in a brochure for retailers and collectors of my…

Potfest 2020 Beating Covid

I’m so pleased that Matt Cox and the Potfest team have worked so hard against the odds to host all three shows during the ever changing restrictions we’ve all had to face during lockdown. Dates and deadlines have changed but in essence the same experience will be provided for customers and exhibitors alike. Health and…

Back in the saddle despite the cold snap

I am a potter working in Essex, England. I use British Terracotta clay to make contemporary Slipware using traditional techniques, sustainable materials and firing methods. My pots are functional, demonstrating ergonomic design and a skilled mastery of throwing, I feel the warm colours of the terracotta and burnt yellows of the glaze that pool in…

Teapot part 1……

Everyone is always asking  how you make teapots, well this is the first part, I’ll be posting a serial over the next week so keep watching this space