Emma grew up around her father’s pottery factories in Stoke on Trent.  Having completed her degree in fine art she worked on a corporate art collection in the City until she moved to the Cotswolds where she resumed her relationship with clay.

She now works entirely in porcelain echoing the local hedgerows to decorate her work.  Emma’s work demonstrates a resonance with the porcelain with which she works, detailing a narrative of delicacy and preciousness with her decorated pieces.

 

Emma’s work has been exhibited in London and New York is held in number of private collections internationally including Melvyn Bragg.