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Katie's practice combines clay with a range of processes including animation and installation.

Katie graduated from MA Ceramics & Glass at the RCA in 2016, having previously studied BA 3D Materials Practice at Brighton University (2010). 

Katie has work held in collections and has created commissions for international institutions including the V&A Museum, British Ceramics Biennale and Sotheby’s. She has exhibited, held residencies and taught ceramics at institutions nationally and internationally – including South Korea, Denmark and Germany. 

As well as teaching at the RCA, Katie is a founding member of Collective Matter, an outreach group who pioneer collaborative practice through clay, and has developed a Clay for Dementia programme with the Garden Museum.

Key details

School, Centre or Area

Gallery

  • Glasshouses, with Palm House in the foreground, Garden Museum

    Glasshouses, with Palm House in the foreground, Garden Museum

  • The Glasshouse, commissioned by the British Ceramics Bienalle

    The Glasshouse, commissioned by the British Ceramics Bienalle

  • Hedgerow, Oak box made by Geoffrey Hagger

    Hedgerow, Oak box made by Geoffrey Hagger

  • Lambeth Wilds, animation workshop with Lambeth Young Carers at the Garden Museum

    Lambeth Wilds, animation workshop with Lambeth Young Carers at the Garden Museum

  • Wilds of 5 Lely Court, Animation Still

    Wilds of 5 Lely Court, Animation Still

More information

Arts Council project grant for Lambeth Wilds at the Garden Museum 2019

Solo shows

(2018) Blackwell, the Arts and Crafts House

(2018) The Garden Museum, London

Group show

(2019) Hauser & Wirth’s Make Gallery, Somerset

Commissions

(2017) British Ceramics Biennale

TATE Exchange (as a member of Collective Matter)

Animations included in the British Council’s touring film festival Real to Reel

Acquisition of Hedgerow by the Victoria and Albert Museum, 2017