‘How to spend it’ feature on contemporary ceramics.
“Experimental ceramicists are creating pioneering porcelain that pairs radical techniques with shape shifting aesthetics”.read more
Featured in Ceramics Artists Now: 9 potters to watch in 2018.
Matt Davis makes work appearing to reside in the digital world which actually inhabits our physical space. It’s anxiety-inducing to imagine that tech could be more pervasive into our lives than it already is – and Davis is making sure we consider this.read more
In ‘The New Futurists’ Jan 2018 issue of Wallpaper*. Many thanks to Benjamin Kempton. Photo: Anders Gramerread more
Exclusive to Decorex International, Future Heritage presents the industry’s most important designer makers in a unique feature showcasing the names to collect in British craft.
Curated by the eminent applied arts and design journalist Corinne Julius since its launch in 2014, the craftspeople and designers exhibiting at Future Heritage are amongst the most talented working in Britain today.read more
Since its inception in 2011, ECAlab (Environmental Ceramics for Architecture Laboratory) has developed a number of research programmes which look to explore the possibilities of ceramics for sustainable technologies, while examining the role of emerging digital technologies alongside traditional ceramic craftsmanship skills.read more
The Heal’s Buying team have scoured design and interiors shows around the UK and beyond to find the finest untapped talent in the UK. This year the common thread throughout the final selection is innovation in all its various shapes and forms. From digital design and 3D printing to the creative use of waste material to make striking surfaces, this year’s collection is as innovative and creative as ever.read more
At Ceramic Art London 2017 I was honoured to receive the Craft Pottery Charitable Trust ‘Emmanuel Cooper Award’. Three pieces of my work are now held in the permanent collection at the Pottery Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent.read more