Clay is a versatile and amenable material, which can be a very effective means of helping to nurture manual skills and fine motor skills, awaken artistic sensibilities and promote wellbeing through social interaction.

I am an experienced practitioner in teaching ceramics to all age groups, through one off ceramics arts projects with a specific brief, or as a regular ongoing pottery class. I am enthralled with the craft of clay and its amazing qualities, and love to teach and learn as I teach.

I have worked in many different educational settings from nursery through to secondary school, working with children of all abilities. Since 2005 I have run a pottery club as an after school activity at the Kentish Town City Farm and currently run after schools pottery classes at three Camden primary schools.
I have regularly coordinated family and adult learning sessions, and developed intergenerational arts projects and sessions specifically adapted to working with older adults. Over the last few years I have developed ceramic installation projects, exhibitions and run clay workshops in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

I have an up to date enhanced DBS certificate and public liability insurance.

For more information about workshops and if you would like a more detailed CV, please contact me here.

Previous clients

Camden Parent Council

St. Michaels Church of England Primary School

L’Ecole Bilingue

Doorstep Homeless Families Project

Queen’s Crescent Community Association

Castlehaven Community Association

Harmood Children’s Centre

Haverstock School

Brecknock Primary School

Kentish Town City Farm

Torriano Primary School

Carlton Primary School

Jardim Botanico, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

SESC  (Serviço Social do Comércio), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Cressfield Close Sheltered Housing

Gospel Oak School

Rosary Primary School

Kentish Town Church of England Primary School

Lauriston Lodge Sheltered Housing

St. Dominics Roman Catholic Primary School

Maiden Lane Summer Festival

Alma Street Art Fair

Dandy Lion Craft Market

Camden Green Fair, Regents Park