Sarah is a London based artist whose practice takes her all over the UK.

Sarah has exhibited at the Society of Designer Craftsmen in Shoreditch and at the Red Gallery, the Brick Lane Gallery, and Pangolin London, together with taking part in the London Design Festival for past the three consecutive years.

Following a major accident in 2004 Sarah was fortunate enough to retrain in Ceramic Design at the prestigious Central St Martins College of Art and Design. She graduated in 2013. This has formed part of her rehabilitation and has continued to develop alongside her studies of old eastern philosophies and the chakra system. The experience of extensive medical and surgical intervention has brought about changes in function and, as a consequence, changes in the way in which Sarah interacts with the built urban environment in which she lives.

She marries this wealth of life experience in her artworks, but also believes passionately that clay is a practical and accessible material with which to teach and develop wellbeing and fulfilment in others.
The world of pottery provides the capacity for hand-crafted objects to promote wellbeing. She has developed a series of workshops that can deliver these in different settings, all with the same intention: creativity with clay leads to happiness and fulfilment in work and play.






TENT London Craft Design Month Design and Craft Fair Enterprise Enfield London Creativity and Wellbeing 573 degree Creative Echange Society Design Craftsmen Open studio