I am very pleased to be selected to exhibit in Award at the British Ceramics Biennial in Stoke-on-Trent this year. I shall be showing The Uncanny Playroom at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery and installing Sleepover from my recent Freud Museum exhibition in the Spode factory. The exhibitions open on 28th September and runs until 9th November 2013. www.britishceramicsbiennial.com

In October I will exhibit new mixed media work in a group exhibition entitled Host, curated by Anastasia Lewis, opening at Kingsgate Gallery, London on 4th October 2013. The curator challenged the artists to produce experimental work in new materials and plans are underway to arrange an exchange with another artist-led studio block in 2014. www.kingsgateworkshops.org.uk/gallery.htm

My figure of Eros from the Freud Museum show will be exhibited in a group show at Pelham Arts Centre in New York in September. The exhibition, curated by Jeffrey Mongrain and Priscilla Fusco, features several ceramic artists who are exploring the theme of Convergency. They have all been a part of the Hunter College Artist-in-Residency Program and/or exhibited in the Thomas Hunter Project Space. A publication will accompany the show.

Following on from my successful solo show DreamWork at the Freud Museum last winter, part of the Ceramics in the Expanded Field project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council through the University of Westminster, I presented a group of new work A Thwarted Dynasty in a group exhibition Marking the Line: Ceramics and Architecture, curated by Joanna Bird, at The Sir John Soane’s Museum, London, alongside Carina Ciscato, Nicholas Rena, and Clare Twomey.
The show toured to Port Eliot, Cornwall and Pitzhanger Manor, Ealing. The lavishly illustrated catalogue containing essays by Alun Graves and Eric Parry can be obtained from www.joannabird.com

Pangolin London in Kings Place also featured my ceramics in a two-week focus exhibition alongside a mixed summer show Sculptural Ceramics which included several of the country’s leading ceramists. A fully illustrated catalogue can be downloaded from www.pangolinlondon.com/exhibitions/sculptural-ceramics