Kirstie studied painting at Brighton University and went on to enjoy a career as a photographer and illustrator. She brifly encountered the potters wheel many years ago, and moving to the island in 2017, knew that this was exactly what she wanted to do. The downstairs loo was quickly converted into the smallest pottery on the island (and possibly the world) and she has never been more content. The couple were delighted to find that there is a real demand and support for hand-made crafts, and so Paul is designing a larger studio for her. Paul mixes all of the glazes form scratch, using raw ingredients and stains, making them a true artistic collaboration. Paul has always enjoyed making, historically using wood. He discoverd glass four years ago, and now often combines the two.


Their mission is to collaboratively design and create asthetically pleasing and useful products. They use traditional skills and techniques, whilst also innovating new applications of these, to promote British crafts to a wider audience and are advocates of keeping British crafts alive. As active members of Craft Potters Association, British Society of Master Glass Painters, Contemporary Glass Society and the Heritage Crafts Association: the duo aim to promote and engage with their own crafts and those of other crafts people.  


Glass / Ceramics


Commissions / Tuition