Headboard Panel made of scagliola – the Italian craft of manipulating plaster for mock marble architectural inlays.
Window-hanging commission for a house in Pimlico. Inspired by the Korean technique of pojagi. Patched from off-cuts of hand-dyed georgette, paper silk, cotton and silk-linen blend.
Design project for whiskey distillery in the Hebrides with visual cues given by the island landscape and Harris Tweed.
Coconut shell lamps from found materials with cast plaster and ceramic bases.
Gouache on various uncoated paper types, marbled using size made from carragheen moss (a seaweed found off the west coast of Ireland).
Draped slabs rolled in fabric with weave and crease imprints
Wall Hanging, cotton, wool, hand-dyed silks 150cm x 115cm
Learning to marble with plaster in the studio of scagliolista Fabiola Lunghetti, outside Florence
Curtains of sheer wool dyed naturally with plants from Hampstead garden.
Plaster, concrete h 23cm x diam 17cm