A new line of pastel-coloured porcelain, Each one individually cut from a thin slab of textured porcelain. Designed specifically for entertaining, these cheese plates and side dishes are sure to make your table stand out. Now available in our web shop.



An on-going series – since I can’t resist making functional things and the glow of these lights is so pleasing. A variety of imagery from years of collected polymer plates in a variety of sizes. Glazed interiors.


A subtle take on print work, this line of earthenware is my take on traditional maiolica. Using a variety of images, plaster moulds were created to allow designs to protrude from the ceramic surface, creating a soft, yet tactile surface. You may order them here.


I’m pretty lucky to know a lot of great people, and I love making them special gifts – I’m a sentimental fool, really. Here’s a few of them…


First introduced in 2006, this is my longest running line of dishware, which is still made to order throughout the year. Hand-built earthenware, decorated in soft pastels act as the backdrop for a variety of imagery; vintage etchings, instructional images, original photos and once in awhile, a collaboration with a talented illustrator. This range of screenprinted plates has has been featured in several international exhibitions, yet is fully functional and intended for daily use. Available in the shop.


This line of work was created during my first residency at Medalta Potteries in 2011. An inspiring month and my first introduction to the immense collection of vintage ceramics at this historic site. My interest in Canadian imagery and identity drew me to reinterpret these classic Hycroft designs in a contemporary style and explore the historical ephemera of the factory itself. I still use these prints every once in awhile – see what’s currently available here.


Adventures in Soda Firing at Medalta Potteries through the years 2011-2014. Simple cylinder forms are decorated using polymer plate textures. Featuring imagery and patterns from recent travels in Canada, Finland and Denmark this is an on-going series exploring urban and rural landscapes.