My Home is My Castle
And So is My Studio
I consider my studio a reflection of me, of my world, and every aspect of it demanded my attention and personal touch.
Finding the rundown space with its lofty ceilings, large industrial windows and unplastered brick walls was a stroke of luck but a lot of blood, sweat and tears went into creating the space it is today; the space where I feel in my element, the space I enjoy working and the space I welcome people into, enabling them to share a huge aspect of my life with me.
A true Aladin’s Cave, it is full of my various treasures. It houses my sculpture and ceramic works, both old and new, a large selection of my hand painted eyewear, jewelry I have created, my paintings, books, photographs and souvenirs from my various travels and my beloved tools and kin.