1989-90 Edinburgh College of Art, Post Graduate Diploma, Edinburgh, Scotland.
1987-89 Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts, Foundation and BA Honours Degree, London, England.
Awards and Honors
2011 Honourable Mention, Mino International Ceramic Competition, Japan.
2009 Ceramic Review Award, Ceramics Open, Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, Birmingham, UK.
2007 Creative Development Award, Scottish Arts Council.
1995 Individual Development Award, Scottish Arts Council.
1994 Makers Choice Award, Cardiff Design Show, UK.
1992 Premier Winner, Fletcher Challenge Ceramics Award.
Select Public Collections
Beaches Museum, Kansas State University
McManus Galleries, Dundee
Museum of Auckland, New Zealand
Paisley Museum, Glasgow, Scotland
Shipley Museum & Art Gallery, Gateshead
Triennale de Porcelaine, Nyon, Switzerland
Wellcome Buidling, University of Dundee
Select Recent Exhibitions (Solo and Group)
2016 "SOFA Chicago", Navy Pier, Chicago IL, represented by Tansey Contemporary. "LA Art Show", Los Angeles CA, represented by Tansey Contemporary.
2014 SOFA Chicago, Craft Scotland. Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool. British Ceramic Biennial, Stoke on Trent.
2013 “Ceramic Art London”, Royal College of Art.
2012 Gallery Nine, Bath, England. Gallery Altena, Holland, Netherlands. The Open Eye Gallery, Solo Exhibition, Edinburgh, Scotland. “Ceramic Art London”, Royal College of Art. “Visual Arts Scotland Annual Exhibition”, Edinburgh, Scotland.
2011 “Mino International Ceramics Competition”, Japan. Gallery Bevere, Worcester, England. The Hay Festival, Herefordshire, England. “Grafika”, Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Gallery, Birmingham, England.
2010 “Ceramic Art London”, Royal College of Art, London. “Contemporary Ceramics”, London, England. Gallery SCA, Mixed Exhibition, Shropshire, England.
2009 “Visual Artist Scotland”, Gracefield Art Centre, Dumfries, Scotland. “Scottish Homes and Interiors”, Craft Scotland. “Open Ceramics Competition”, Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, Birmingham, England. “Earth and Fire”, Rufford, England. “Society Scottish Artists”, Vision Building, Dundee, England. “Visual Arts Scotland”, The City Art Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland.