Ceramic Review describes the Emmanuel Cooper book: “slender but beautifully produced tome”.
A talk at the Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum on ‘Understanding and Identifying Cornish Ceramics’.
An article about Jeff Oestreich and Pat Burns’ Leach Pottery residency, published in Ceramics: Art and Perception No. 102 2015.
I gave a two hour talk at the The Ashmolean Museum, in November 2015, titled: ‘Bernard Leach: His Life & Work – Legacy’.
I delivered a two hour talk and presentation to the Cornwall Ceramics and Glass Group AGM in October 2015, where I discussed my practice and the Leach Pottery.
During 2014, and 2015, I had the pleasure of working with the Tate St Ives Learning Curators on their Town Project.
An exhibition on Emmanuel Cooper: curated on behalf of the Leach Pottery.
As editor, researcher, and photographer of its archive images, this book provides a delightful insight into the connections and contrasts between Emmanuel Cooper and Bernard Leach.
Designing 21st Century Standard Ware: The Cultural Heritage of Leach and the Potential Applications of Digital Technologies.
Photographing All Makers Now?, a two-day conference exploring craft values in 21st century production at Falmouth University.
Paper presented at All Makers Now? – a two-day conference exploring craft values in 21st century production.
A photographic portrait of John Bedding & his work undertaken at the Leach Pottery & his Gaolyard Studio.
Designing 21st Century Standard Ware informed by craft and digital practice at the Leach Pottery.
I presented at the International Ceramics Festival 2013 PhD Symposium where I talked about my Echo of Leach project and why it’s important to study ceramics at a post-graduate level.
A book by Linda Bloomfield featuring a platter from my Sea and Sky collection.
An image of my laser-cut acrylic Leach Tableware Large Tall Mug featured in Crafts Magazine.
I attended the inaugural Craft Skills Awards and featured in the Craft Skills Awards Film.
Using digital manufacturing technologies to explore Leach Tableware bowls & mugs in acrylic, wood & clay.
One of the emergent aspects of my PhD research was using the laser cutter as a drawing tool.