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I was introduced to glass several years ago at evening classes and was quickly attracted to all the fascinating and varied techniques available and became determined to learn more. I have recently completed a course at Kensington and Chelsea College and am busy preparing to exhibit at New Designers.

Jin Kai Yuan, Shanghai

PhD Candidate, Royal College of Art, London
MA in Glass, Shanghai University, China
Working in Cast Glass

Photo by Simon Bruntnell

I enjoy working with reactive glass and exploring the resultant reactions that I can achieve. The creation of texture and different layers of interest motivates me to continue experimenting and testing.

Max Lamb graduated from the RCA and has extensive expertise within the glass art and design sectors.

Max runs SALT glass studios, a glass and print studio creating sculptures to contemporary pieces using traditional processes and also runs a year round course program with the artist Dr Fiona Wilkes.

Max creates a diverse range of glass work from free-blown, cast and kiln ranges and one-off pieces to large-scale public art and corporate architecture commissions.

Max has also worked with several leading UK glass studios and art institutions (Danny Lane Ltd; Peter Layton Associates, London Glassblowing Workshops, Flux Glass Design, London Glass Works; Sandfish Glass, University of Central Lancashire; De Montfort University; Bob Crooks’ First Glass).

John Lamborn

Moderately artistic and creative but with a skill set more accomplished in dealing with practical implementation and improvisation of structure and form. Lead and copper foil dominate with minor excursions into fusing and engraving.

Assistant professor, Malmö University, (S); formerly Glassblower at Gullaskruv Glasbruk (S) and a string of studios (S, Dk, UK).
PhD (Technology & Design), MA, BEd.
Studies: Glassblowing at Orrefors Glasskola (S), 3D-design at WSCAD (UK), Arts & Craft teacher's education at KDAS (Dk), Material Culture & Learning at DPU (Dk), Interaction Design at IT-University (DK) and K3/Malmö University (S).