Saturday, 31 July 2010

V&A Space



The space which Katie Spragg, Matt Raw, Amy Hughes and myself will be working in.

Tuesday, 27 July 2010

V&A

Come and see me in the ceramics department at the Victoria and Albert Museum until the end of August.

Floor 6, Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London
open daily 10 - 5.30

Project work, ideas, development to follow.

Sunday, 18 July 2010

Tantalus!

Please visit Tantalus. A shop in the Brighton North Laines, which now stocks a small range of my ceramic cages.

28 Bond Street
Brighton
BN1 1RD

Monday, 12 July 2010

Suffolk Free press

Catch me in the Suffolk Free Press to read an article about the Designers of the Future Exhibition!

Monday, 5 July 2010

New Studio

I have just had a very exciting day! I have been working hard all day to move into my first new studio after graduation. I am very happy to say that I am a new member of Rose Hill workshops in Brighton. I cannot wait to start making again!

Sunday, 4 July 2010

V&A Photo Shoot





Before the V&A celebratory drinks event on 1st July, Katie Spragg, Hayley Zierold and I arrived early to meet a photographer. We carried out a photo shoot in the Sackler Centre with our three projects to help advertise the event and promote our work. The photos above are some which are being used for the press.

New Designers Private View






After lots of hard work we all arrived for the private view of New Designers. Thousands of people turned up. Talking and meeting interesting new graduates along side other invited guests made the night 'wizz' by!

New Designers









Nice and early last monday, Brighton graduates set off for the Business Design Centre in central exciting Islington. Setting up alongside other graduates from around England we spent that Monday and Tuesday working our socks off to create an interesting stand containing the work of all 20 graduates. The work situated in the 'Contemporary Applied Arts' section contained a variety of objects hand made from wood, metal, ceramics and plastics. Objects ranged from decorative wall pieces to jewellery, furniture to tableware and clothing to my ceramic bird cages. We were told time and time again how the range of objects made our stand out among the hundreds of other courses available to view. The exhibition continued on until 4th July. I would like to thank all the visitors to our Brighton stand over the week for helping us to make it a success.