Based in Adelaide, Australia, I wheel throw my vessels and functional pieces in porcelain. Colour, form and function are a particular focus and my pieces are made to be used and enjoyed every day.

My introduction to clay in 2005 was at an evening class whilst living in Bristol, UK.  The versatility and tactile nature of clay immediately drew me in.  We started with basic pinch pots but before long we were introduced to wheel throwing and my unfolding affection for clay turned into love.  I could happily lose myself for hours making pot after pot on my wheel.

Returning to Australia at the end of 2006, I furthered my knowledge by taking wheel throwing and glaze technology classes at Adelaide College of the Arts.  An opportunity to join a weekly workshop at JamFactory Craft + Design arose and I suddenly found myself under the keen eye of Kirsten Coelho, a leading ceramicist whose work I already greatly admired.  I ended up staying on at JamFactory and entered their Associate Program in 2009.  My two years as an associate were both challenging and deeply rewarding.  I continued to develop skills in throwing, glazing, firing and refinement of my work.  I stayed on at JamFactory for six years as a tenant and now work full-time from my home studio developing my work further.  I am still as excited about clay as I was in that evening class all those years ago.