All the work builds by connecting individual parts, developing an interaction through placing in formation. The shifting components form a fluid, co-operative body.
FBC London are designing the VIP lounge at the Saatchi gallery for the Crafts Council show, COLLECT, this year (from 2nd - 6th February).
This is the most innovative and enjoyable exhibition that I have taken part in and has attracted a lot of interest
“BB-GR8” model for charity fundraisers Force for Change to donate to their auction raising money for Great Ormond Street Children’s hospital in London.
Ceramic Art London is the show for ceramics makers to push the boat out and bring new and challenging work.
The thoughtful Adriana Paice, curator at Circus, spotted the installation at the Saatchi COLLECT exhibition and worked with the CAA gallery to put together my first solo show “FLOW”
I have also become well-acquainted with his works in the V&A collection. So when I was invited to respond to work from the Swindon collection, I knew which it would be immediately.
Swindon Museum and Art Gallery applied for funding from the Contemporary Art Society to purchase works to extend their ceramics collection, which is mainly 20th Century.