Sarah's ceramic sculptural forms focus
 on the repeat of the repeat. These  wavering forms become reconfigured through meticulous and intensive studio practice. Her work has been heavily influenced by her knowledge in textiles having graduated from Morley College, London in 2012. Sarah’s background and interest in textiles can be seen throughout her work with porcelain as she continues to develop by exploring the fragility and strength of life through her medium.

Sarah is an award winning Ceramic Artist, and shares her skills and experience teaching at local ceramic studio, Clayshape in Wivenhoe, Essex. She teaches children and adults and is currently running a programme of classes in a local primary schools.


Sarah’s current work of wall sculptures in white porcelain and black stoneware have been shown in multiple exhibitions, including New Designers, London,  after she won a scholarship to attend.

In October 2019, Sarah won an International Franz Rising Star Award for her piece 'Infinity' in paper porcelain. 


The finishing touches to a three part porcelain wall piece.

A delicate hand, with precision is required to build hundreds of individual porcelain pieces.

Hard at work in the Colchester School of Art Ceramic's Workshop.