These ceramic objects play with the relationship between the material and form of the body (of  clay) and the surface colour, texture and decoration. The surface is often decorated with found images from pottery fragments, while the form evolves as something that is able to hold and connect elements together, both visually, conceptually and practically. Some pieces are free standing, while others are wall mounted – somewhere between an object and an image.

‘I am interested in time and the mystery and histories of objects - what survives and what disappears, through both chance and conscious decision. Ceramic objects are captivating, they are like time capsules – hard and permanent, but also fragile - so they can survive for a thousand years, but can also be dropped and shatter into fragments in a moment.’