My Work

These little vases are perfect for the dining table and are trickier to throw than...

I normally trim a foot-ring on my functional ware, but occasionally I make things without...

These vases are made in two parts and glazed in three. I throw two large...

I love the small crystals that grow where these glazes overlap. I have this exact...

These wavy rimmed and wobbly walled drinking cups are perfect for wine, whiskey or water,...

This vase has been glazed with a very simple crackle glaze. Sometimes called a ‘kuan’...

These jars are glazed with a ‘lava’ glaze, otherwise known as an ‘oilspot’ glaze. It...

This is one of my favourite glaze combinations. It shows off the honey coloured clay,...

Teabowls are a used for serving matcha tea and and come in many forms. They...

My mark changes from time to time, mainly because I lose the stamp and have...

Moonjars are traditional Korean forms used to store rice, vinegar and other foodstuffs. They’re normally...

Yunomi is the Japanese word for “upright handleless teacup”. I make a lot of these...

Stacking bowls present some unique challenges to the potter. I’ve not quite mastered the method...

Another new glazing strategy. I really like how it’s matt and gloss at the same...

I’ve been playing with a new set of glazes recently to see if I can...