I have always loved glass, but it was only after my retirement from a career in education and public sector consultancy that I was able to devote myself fully to learning.  I took three diploma courses then set up my own studio at home in North London.  I continue to learn through masterclasses with glassmakers who I admire.

Much of my work relates to the wild countryside and coastlines of north east and south west England.  I collect driftwood, stones, shells and other natural materials which I use as starting points for the form and surface texture of the pieces.




  • The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle-upon Tyne
  • Highgate Literary and Scientific Society, Highgate
  • Boha Glass online gallery (Bohaglass.co.uk)


  • The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
  • Thrown pop-up gallery, Cornwall
  • Boha Glass onlline gallery (bohaglass.co.uk)


  • Burgh House, Hampstead
  • Thrown Contemporary, Highgate (throwncontemporary.co.uk)


  • The Barbican Centre, London
  • Herts County Museum
  • East Finchley Open Studios
  • Stoke Newington Library



  • East Finchley Open Studios
  • Stoke Newington Library


  • East Finchley Open Studios
  • The Framers' Gallery, London
  • Espacio Gallery, London


  • CGS Exhibit at The Iinternational Glass Biennale - winner of The Peoples' Prize
  • The Arts Depot Open, London
  • East Finchley Open Studios


  • Original Gallery, London
  • The Mall Gallery, London
  • Cupola Gallery, Sheffield