A tea set designed looking at British etiquette and using balance to unite the set, through the concept implemented in the cups design. The tea cup stand upright only when full, indicating to the host in a polite subtle manner when a refill is needed.
tilt with milk jug and sugar bowl
tilt empty | tilt full
tilt | plate
tilt mug | jug | pot
A series of objects created through the combination of glass and ceramics. The glass is blown directly onto the ceramic frame giving each glass piece a unique structure. the two materials have opposing qualities that create tension when combined.
Experimental ceramic materials have been slip cast and glazed. The objects have then been combined into a series of pots through stacking the elements together. Each was created through a sensitivity to creating a balance in shape, colour and texture through the items chosen to combine.
Impressions is a tableware series that has been altered after the casting process. This creates unique pieces easily, quickly and inexpensively. The pattern is added using a plaster roller that mirros that napkin rings eluding to the production process.
In collaboration with designer Richard Brownlie-Marshall in the most British of summers a commemorative dinner set was designed. With three pattern options for each piece in the set, every service looks unique. The pattern moves from classical British to modern and geometric to reflect past and present British design.
A nesting set of three that reinterpret the tray table combined with the popular 1950's tile table. Easy assembly is achieved through the steps in the ceramic form, these also provide detail in the pooling of glaze. These details mean the table can be flat packed.