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I am an applied artist working mostly in glass as I love its transparency and versatility. I am a material process led maker and I love to experiment and learn new processes. I am currently focussed on kiln casting.
Music and the human form are key elements in my work which has developed through dance, movement, silhouettes and street art. 'Journeys' is a theme I am now focussed on which combines these elements.
Contemporary artist and jeweller, with a fascination for tools and their inherent links to narratives of creation, craft and use. I graduated with a first class honours in Decorative Arts (BA) from Nottingham Trent University in the UK, and since then have been exploring aspects of luxury, purpose, function and craftsmanship heritage. I live and work in Nottingham, UK.
I live in the Lake District fusing glass inspired by the landscape but with an Art Deco twist. The Bloomsbury Group of Artists & the Canadian Group of 7 also influence me.
Rivers are my recent fascination using iridescent colours, aspiring to replicate their fluidity of movement & the reflection of light on water.
My variety of work includes a trophy for the Irish Ballooning Club, glassware for the award winning Old Stamp House Restaurant & other works being both decorative & functional.
Working with kiln-fired glass is both rewarding and challenging. The process is quite physical in that it involves measuring, cutting, grinding and firing and this, coupled with the unpredictability of the final outcome, is what makes it such an appealing and absorbing activity.