An Immaterial Material
My work is an exploration into the phenomena of glass as both a material and a state of matter.
My experiments are inspired by the atmospheric and fleeting nature of light. I use a combination of traditional glass working techniques to describe glass in ways that invite a new understanding.
Glass is a contradictory and challenging material and I feel compelled to capture its essential qualities.
My approach is experimental and intuitive. I am led by a process of enquiry which allows the material itself to create its own narrative.
School of Arts & Humanities
MA Ceramics & Glass, 2018
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I am interested in the phenomena of glass. It is its inherent qualities of the material that compel me to create my work. My aim is to capture and draw attention to the nature of glass as a material in its different states. I use cold working techniques to both highlight and contrast the essential qualities of glass.
- B.A 3-Dimensional Design: Glass, University of Wolverhampton, 1992
- Garden of Delights, Royal College of Art, London, 2016; Work-in-Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2016; Work-in-Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2018; Materialise, Preston Fitzgerald Residence, London, 2018