I graduated from college with a degree in contemporary crafts, specialising in glass, where for my dissertation I studied various methods of making the Roman cage cup. My collection includes pieces based on these Roman cage cups, using 3D to design and print them before casting in glass. The process is a variation of the lost wax method which has been used for hundreds of years to create objects in glass and metals. Other designs are made from a cast of an airplane my grandfather made, with this design I use cast and blown glass to create my plane in bubble collection I design the pieces myself on a computer using 3D software and I have purchased my own 3D printer so I can keep control on the items I print, and keep the costs down rather than outsourcing. Since leaving college I have set up my own studio with a kiln creating bespoke objects and commissions in glass. In my studio I mainly cast glass objects and create blown pieces when I have access to a hot shop.
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Exhibitions & Stockists Artizan Gallery - Torquay - 25th November - 24th December 2022 Pyramid Gallery - York. 10th September - 30th October 2022 Zebediah’s Art & Craft Collective, Launceston -- 2021 Serendipity Glass Design, Buckland Abbey -- 2020 Parndon Mill, Glasshaus XIV -- 19th September - 3rd November Delamore Arts -- May 2019 Salar Gallary, Hatherleigh -- 2018 Serendipity Glass Design, Buckland Abbey -- 2018 Delamore Arts -- May 2018 London Design Fetival (Tent) -- September 2017 London Craft Week -- May 2017 Art in Action, Oxford – July 2016 South West Crafts, Tavistock 2016 Foot & Anstey, Devon – September 2016 Bovey Tracey Craft Fair, Devon – June 2016 History Week - Drakes Circus, Plymouth May 2015 Commisions: Private commision, glass hand. Base made by Joseph Dodd Font for Hinde Street Methodist Church, London 2019 Awards for three years running 2016, 2017 and 2018 One of the vases is being presented to a senior Ofsted inspector Competitions: C.G.S. – GLASS PRIZE and GRADUATE REVIEW 2017. We are delighted to announce the winners of the CGS 2017 Glass Prize and Graduates to be included in the GRADUATE REVIEW. 2017 Winner - Phöebe Tan, University College Falmouth Second - Ian Palfrey, Plymouth College of Art Third – Jahday Ford, Manchester School of Art Talks: 25th January 2023, CGS talk via Zoom Tuesday 8th February 2022, Tavistock Probus Club 10.15am Saturday, 24th February, 2018 from 10.00am to 4.00pm At the Creative Innovation Centre (CIC), Memorial Hall, Paul Street, Taunton, Somerset TA1 3PF Publications Glass Network, CGS magazine September 2018 Neues Glas/New Glass -- No. 4/2017 Craft&Design Online -- November/December 2017 Local television BBC Spotlight