Can you spare some change!?


Can you spare some change!?

A link to the crowd funding page for my class – 4th year 3DD at Grays school of art. We are trying to raise funds to aid the payment of our stand at London New Designers 2013 at the London Business centre. Visit the page and have a look at our video and if you feel like being generous donate some pennies, we’d all be very grateful! 🙂

Cups Cups and more Cups!


Cups Cups and more Cups!

Sneaky peek at the Tea Cups I’m making as part of my tea set collection. The shape has derived from one of my bowls and intent to have colour inside with text around the outside.They will also Have an inch of clear acrylic on the bottom with a handle shape extending from this base! I’m really excited to get some completed and continue making more!!

Everything will…


Everything will be all right in the end and if its not all right, then it is not yet the end

After watching the Best exotic Marigold hotel at the weekend I think this quote from the film pretty much sums up how things are with my studio work just now…Gotta keep plodding along!

In Memory of…


In Memory of…

This is a piece of work that I made in second year at Art School. It was made in response to a live project with the Provest Skene House Museum in Aberdeen. Inspired by the toys in the victorian nursery in the house and I created this little porcelain dress. It’s meant to represent the dolls and toys and the memories of the children who played with them and how although toys and dolls become old, tatty and forgotten about, our childhood memories will stay with us for a lifetime.

The reason this piece came out the wood work was because I came across an appeal for donated art works from a project called eightbyeight. In April they have an exhibition in Inverness with the theme “ChildHood Explored” which is to raise funds for the Camille Appeal supporting children recovering from brain tumors. I thought the dress I had made fitted with the theme and thought I’d rather see it going to a such a good cause. Here’s hoping they succeed and gain lots of funds for the kids!

Have a look at their website and see all their hard work.