degree show opening

‘Glass and Ceramics 2012’ University of Sunderland National Glass Centre Photography by Josh Cockroft Julie Cox’s opening speech. Me accepting the ‘William Todd ceramics prize’ 2012. Paul Wearden accepting his ‘Friends of the NGC prize’ 2012. Alice Thatcher, ‘Shinkasuru’ Phoebe Gasston, ‘Breathing Space’ Alice Hounslow, ‘The Forgotten Heroes’ Helen Stafford, ‘Age Shall Not Weary Them’ … Continue reading

degree show photographs

‘Glass and Ceramics 2012’  University of Sunderland degree show National Glass Centre Photography by Josh Cockroft  ‘Glass and Ceramics 2012’ wall vinyl. Design by Mathew Lucas. ‘Glass and Ceramics 2012’ wall vinyl, catalogues, postcards and business cards. Vinyl and catalogues designed by Mathew Lucas. Left to right: Paul McLaughlin ‘Modular Vessel Forms’, Julie Cox ‘The Collection‘ Left to … Continue reading

postcard photographs

I recently had some of my work photographed for some postcards that i’ll be getting printed soon. The stacks show a progression from paper to porcelain with the paper cranes emerging from the surface. These photos show how my degree show piece will look once it’s been put together. Photography by Josh Cockroft ‘Untitled’, porcelain … Continue reading

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degree show

These images have been photographed recently for my year group’s booklet which will go alongside our degree show in June. The images were photographed by Josh Cockroft. The booklet is being designed by graphic artist, Mathew Lucas. To see some work from my fellow class mates, visit our year group’s blog here. The degree show … Continue reading

dry run 2011

These ceramic pieces are based on the japanese art-form, Origami. The pieces are created using porcelain paper clay slip. The slip is painted in layers on to the original paper forms, then fired to create these delicate, paper-like forms. This piece, ‘Tsuru’ shows the paper crane’s folding process, through it’s two-dimensional to three-dimensional states. These … Continue reading

spinning glass

These photographs were created in my first year of uni. The hot-glass project was based around 2 final images. The images were created by spinning pieces of glass I had created, and shooting them (with help from photographer, Josh Cockroft) using a slow shutter-speed to create the illusion of a vessel. I also used a … Continue reading