A constant thread that runs through my work is creating the bizarre for my own amusement. There’s often a point during the making process that makes me laugh out loud. The laughter may be due to the piece being thoroughly ridiculous, or uncomfortably strange. Either way at this point I know that the work has found itself and a place in my world.


Thumb-Skull 2010, Earthenware, transparent glaze


Love Funnel Deluxe 2012, Slip-cast porcelain, transparent glaze and found objects

finger dog

Finger Dog 2013, Acrylic, resin, bronze powder. Original Dog sculpted by Steven Wood


Sheepies 2014, Slip-cast black porcelain, taken from real sheep’s head

Manchester souvenirs 11

Pigeon 2007 Slip-cast earthenware, transparent glaze

South Indian Beer Teapot

A chat over tea (tea pot with hidden transcript of a Skype conversation I had with a a man from India who was trying his best to see me on webcam) 2008, Slip-cast eathenware, glaze, transfers, printed textiles

Mohan Lal Tea Cosy

Modern Hairdressing Tea-cosy 2008, Printed ‘lungi’ fabric, and found textiles from kerala, India