I am busy preparing for our final show here at the RCA. There is still much to be done, but it is looking really exciting and promises to be a great show. I will be showing with the Jewellery and Metal department in the brand new Woo Building, Battersea from 25th June until 5th July.
In January we had the annual Work in Progress show at the Royal College of Art. I was really happy to featured on the Artsthread blog:
My work explored the nature of found objects from walks around London including the Thames shoreline. I am interested in the lifecycle of objects and how a surface changes over time.
I have just found out I will be teaching a workshop at Sheffield Hallam University in February 2015 on the BA course. It will be focusing on a series of research walks and how to document and order research. I think it will be really helpful and hopefully provide a springboard for lots of new ideas for the students and myself.
I am currently studying at the Royal College of Art on the Jewellery and Metal MA. I will use this blog to talk about my process and research through my final year. I am currently undergoing material research into textures and surfaces, focusing on the breaking down and building up of materials. Deconstruction and construction. Objects changing over time.