My Studio at Weyhill. The spiral of slumped green bottles is a water feature made for Sparsholt Colleges garden at the Chelsea Flower Show

Background
I began working with stained glass as a hobby nearly twenty years ago. From a spare bedroom at home I created windows for friends and family. In 2003 I opened my studio at The Fairground Craft and Design Centre in Weyhill, near Andover. Much to my delight, visitors to the craft centre liked my work and over a six year period I created a huge variety of windows, door panels, mirrors and other stained glass pieces to order.

In 2006 I bought a small kiln and started to learn the art of glass fusing. This enriched my work considerably as I could add fused elements to my stained glass work as well as creating bowls, coasters and fused glass panels. My range of dichroic and fused glass jewellery has also proved popular and my aim is to keep coming up with new and original ideas so that you can own a unique piece of jewellery.

A view of my Studio at The Fairground Craft Center, Weyhill

Having left the craft centre in 2009 I have now relocated to Ilfracombe on the beautiful North Devon coast.