I run clay workshops for adults and children at Nantgarw China Works Museum.  The focus of these workshops is to develop handbuilding skills through making horses.  I teach a variety of techniques including slabbing, coiling and carving.  Surface embellishment and glazing is developed through studying the history of the horse in ceramics where I give lectures for adults and advanced making techniques. 

I engage children through creating stories with characters from Nantgarws past including the boat horses that delivered and transported coal and porcelain along the Glamorganshire canal.  I have experience in teaching a wide range of learners and have been visiting lecturer at colleges and universities across the UK, including Wolverhampton and Pontypridd.

I have also developed schemes of work and sessions for adult learners delivering surface embellishment courses including assessing on BTEC intermediate and advanced awards at WAES, Lisson Grove, London.   I am passionate about engaging learners with the potential of working with clay and continually updating my own skills through developing research and studio practice.