My work is an expression of the human experience and the relationship between the emotional, the social and the physical. I'm interested in how our external existences inform our inner relationships with our bodies, using clay sculpted to convey a dream-like quality to my interpretations of our internal dialogue.

I work from my studio in Norfolk, UK, where I produce ceramic sculptures and conceptual vessels which connect my academic study of anthropology and human anatomy, translating these concepts to forms which have confident presence of being whilst seeming to be simultaneously real and unreal.

My connection with clay began at an early age. To have such a visceral reaction to a medium in childhood is like a possession, and is sometimes frightening. Releasing and revealing one's self to a discipline takes bravery, and I now face this imposter anew and without fear.