An interview for UK Clay Users



27th February 2012
A few weeks ago, I was contacted through Etsy by Carmen of Orimui, who wanted to know if I'd be interested in doing an interview for the UK Clay Users, a group of British based artisans specialising in all sorts of clay. I had recently joined their team on Etsy, and I was delighted to have been asked. What followed was a thought-provoking, enlightening and above all fun experience whereby Carmen emailed me single questions, and I emailed my replies. In this way, we built up an ongoing dialogue that was much more revealing and participatory than just working through a list of questions.

As a result, this has been the most in-depth interview I have ever given, and I am so glad to have had the chance to reflect on my journey so far. Thank you, Carmen, and happy reading!

http://ukclayusers.blogspot.com/2012/02/featured-seller-quernus-crafts.html

One of my earliest sculptures, made at the tender age of 8 for my Gran

4 comments:

  1. Gosh, your work is amazing. You had the talent even at 8 years.

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  2. I adore your mice and other sculptures but the psychiatrist and patient are utterly amazing! I hope whatever his or her issues are, they are happily resolved :)

    So cute and now heading off to read your interview :)

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    1. They made me giggle a lot, and that's how I know when they're as they want to be, if that makes sense ;)

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