Current Exhibitions

Previous Exhibitions

3 March – 18th April 2022 Undisclosed, The Hostry, Norwich Cathedral

8-10th April 2022 On Air, Ceramic Art London, Central Saint Martins

26 July-12 Sept 2021 Moving Darwin, English Heritage’s Museum of Charles Darwin’s home, Down House, solo show.

July 2021 Gallery 46, Can We Ever Know the Meaning of theses Objects?

March-April 2020 Being Human, Thrown Contemporary, WhyTheFace?

Sept 2019 Lasting Impressions, Crypt Gallery @ London Design Festival 2019

June 2019 Central St Martin’s Degree Show 2019, WhyTheFace?

May 2019 The Potting Shed @ Contemporary Scuplture, Fulmer, The Golem

Sept 2018 House Mill, London Design Festival Tactile Minds, Be Careful What You Wish For

Sept 2018 Southwark Cathedral, ACWU, People’s Votive 

Oct-Nov 2017 British Ceramics Bienial, Stoke on Trent, World of Wedgwood, Compelling Voices

April 2017 Ceramic Art London 2017, Craftsmanship Alone is Not Enough, My A1 Life

Jan- Mar 2017 Lethaby Gallery, Craftsmanship Alone is Not Enough, My A1 Life

Jan – Mar 2017 Southwark Cathedral, ACWU, Votive Feet

Nov- Jan 2017 Pangolin London Gallery, Ceramatec, EaTin

Sept 2016 100% Design, Earls Court, Serendipity

May – July 2016 Pangolin London Gallery, Sculpture in the Garden: Transcription

Film Festivals

2021 Create Day 2021 – Craft Council Create Day,

2020 FIFMA – International Film Festival of Fine Crafts, Montreuil, France, WhyTheFace?

2020 Animaze, Montreal International Animated Film Festival, WhyTheFace?

Artist Residencies

Oct 2018 Collective Matter, London

Press Coverage

April/May 2022 Ceramic Review, On Air

April 2022 Dutch Embassy News, On Air

April 8th 2022 The Design Edit, On Air

April 8th 2022 Islington Tribune On Air

July 2021 BBC Radio Kent, Dominic King Show

Issue Four Artists Responding To ….

Mar-April 2020 Ceramic Review

Oct – Dec 2019 Emerging Potters Magazine

17th Sept 2019 Domus, Lasting Impressions

Feb 2017  Clay Technology Brexit ‘n Clay

01.03.17 Cfile.daily Clayworkers Group unearths London Bridge Clay Project

March/April 2017 Ceramic Review 50 Million Years in the Making

05.01.17 London Evening Standard Potters Use clay dug up in station revamp

 plus a short film on London Live including an interview with ACWU colleagues Alison Cooke and Amy Leung.

ACWU on London Live



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