I am a UK based ceramicist, illustrator and artist and studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art, London and have taught at art colleges across the UK. I produce hand-built and hand-thrown ceramics from my studio in Norwich.

My connection with ceramics began with my mother, the ceramicist Judith Onions, best known for her re-invention of the classic blue and white striped 'Cornishware' for TG Green & Co. My own ceramic work grows out of an interest in everyday and historic objects to tell their own stories. I love narrative and classic fiction and often use literature as a source for ideas. I enjoy looking at and working with museum collections and archives and I am especially interested in the idea of the ‘souvenir’ and creating loaded objects - hand-sized and intimate.

I have recently created a new collection of plates and tiles for The Shop Floor Project developed from the texts of classic fiction. Authors used include Emily Dickinson, Virginia Woolf, Mary Webb and Charlotte Bronte. 

Please visit my project website to see drawing, print and research projects and my Instagram to see latest work.