I make bowls, plates and panels using float glass with applied frits and enamels.
I supply many galleries and shops throughout Scotland.
Each piece is fired up to three times, building the design and depth of colour. The final stage slumps the piece into a mould.
I graduated from Edinburgh College of Art with a BA (Hons) in Architectural Glass in 1999, and completed a post graduate diploma in Design in 2000, also from ECA.
Originally, I was a graphic designer and my designs reflect my interest in line, design and pattern.
My influences are 1950's design and pattern, particularly fabric and wallpaper.
Year Established: 2001
Silver award for craft from the Royal Highland Show 2011.
Elected member of Glasgow Society of Women Artists
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