My approach to teaching is experimental.What will students gain if they come on one of your courses?
Experimental methods of working with clay – particularly slip. Ways of making, combining materials and practices.Are there any particular techniques/processes you use in your teaching?
Collaborative approaches to making.What inspires your own work?
My changing relationship with the world around me.Where can students see examples of your work?
Although I do not have a website at the moment, many examples of my work can be found online.Where did you gain your training/experience?
MA Ceramics, Cardiff School of Art 2000-2001 BA(Hons) Three Dimensional Design, Manchester Metropolitan University 1997-2000What teaching experience have you had?
I have taught for 9 years at Manchester School of Art. I currently lead the MA Design programme, which is a multidisciplinary collaborative design programmes. I work with both design and craft practitioners.Have you written any books/had articles published?
I have had articles published in Ceramics Review.Do you belong to any professional groups/societites?
I am Chair of the National Association for Ceramics in Higher Education.