Graduating with BA (Hons) in Ceramic Design in 2010 from The Glasgow School of Art I have since gone on to exhibit my work nationally and internationally as well as work with a range of artists, institutions and on various public projects. Currently based in Aberdeen I am often referred to as a ‘Nomadic Ceramicist’ working across Scotland.
Working with themes of heritage has been central to my current work and development as a ceramicist. Making narrative work that considers traditional and contemporary practice exploring the links between identity, place, material and craft, through slip casting and atmospheric firing as well as providing a foundation of contemporary skills, expertise and knowledge for others through classes and workshops. Integral to my practice is participation and engagement greatly valuing opportunities to continue to learn alongside others. Initially motivated by an investigation of my own family heritage, concerning my grandfather who was a fishing ghillie as part of Ballogie Estate in Aberdeenshire this connection with heritage has translated into other recent projects.
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