In 1993, I had the good fortune of being introduced to two potters during my three years living in Japan. I spent much of my free time at their studios making, laughing and learning. I had the opportunity to travel to San Miguel, Mexico where one of my mentors, Tanida-sensei, taught during the summers. I left Japan for London, to pursue post-graduate studies in Asian Art at the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and Sotheby's. I worked for several years in Asian antiquities for both a private dealer of Chinese and Japanese Art, and at the Victoria and Albert Museum, before moving over to run a gallery of contemporary Asian art.
Each piece of my work is unique and many are inspired by the shapes and colours of Asia.
I have always loved working with clay. My pieces are made by hand or on the wheel. The colour, size, and shape will vary slightly from piece to piece. If you like a particular shape or colour I am happy to take commissions.