I am a ceramic artist working and living in London. I am tutor at Morley north Kensington College and run ceramic workshops at Create Space London, Willesden Green.
In January 2020 I was a participant in the Great Pottery Throw Down which aired on Chanel 4. It was a fantastic experience but a real emotional rollercoaster. I met amazing people and learnt a lot about myself through this adventure.
As an artist I create functional and decorative ceramic art. Most of my pieces are glazed using my own recipes, often inspired by the colours in the countryside of Barbados where I grew up. In my artwork you will see the glowing shorelines and vibrant landscapes in the shades of blue, green and white.
As a boy, I had a great passion for art, and being the son of two potters, I spent most of my time in their workshops.
By 15 I had been exposed to various ceramic and artistic techniques and I had become highly involved in the production at my father's workshop in Barbados. After high school I completed an Art & Design Foundation Diploma at Croydon College, and then attended Ravensbourne Design College where I studied Product Design Ba Hons.
If you have any enquiries do not hesitate to contact me. I also do bespoke orders, so if you can not find quite what you are looking for in my shop, please do get in touch.
Golborne Road festival 2018 : Wheel demonstration & public throwing (Kensington and Chelsea College)
Hampstead Summer Festival 2018 : Coiling Demonstration (Hampstead School Of Art)
Affordable Art Fair (Hampstead) 2017 : Coiling Demonstration - Hampstead School Of Art
The Diaspora Exhibition, October 2020 - January 2021 , Salisbury Arts Centre
Art In Clay, August 2019, Hatfield
London Craft Week, May 2019, Battersea Power Station
An exhibition by The Prince's Trust
Pop-up Exhibition, July 2018, Babajani Portobello road
By Ronaldo Wiltshire & Sophia Staves
Art Number 23 Gallery, June 2018, Old Biscuit Factory Bermondsey
A group exhibition by Nam Tran