As an artist, I have a rather eclectic background, with qualifications in both genetics and organisational psychology. Yet, each of these disciplines shares a common curiosity in how simple elements come together to form a complex whole and how emerging structures adapt to suit the context of their environment.
My work explores this movement from simplicity to complexity and particularly how it connects to the invisible world of proteins within us.
2000s: Attended various short courses in ceramics at West Dean
2017-2020: M.A. Design (ceramics) at Bath Spa University
2018: “Muse: The collection inspires”, Holburne Museum, Bath
2019: “Backbone, Codon, Motif”, Walcot artspace, Bath
2020: “From Simplicity to Complexity”, Bath Spa University
2020 Winner of the Craft Potters Association Banner summer competition
2021 Selected for Future Edit: 2020 Graduate showcase at the Crafts Council Gallery, London https://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/future-edit-2020-graduate-showcase
2021 and 2022 Selected for Stone Lane Gardens Summer Sculpture exhibition https://stonelanegardens.com/sculpture/
2022 Cotswold Sculpture Association “creating spaces” exhibition at Miserden Gardens, https://www.miserden.org/garden/
2022 Salisbury International Arts Festival, Wiltshire Creative
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