I started my clay journey many years ago. I was working as a journalist in London and would attend weekly pottery classes after work. Then I moved to East Africa with a young family. It was in Kenya that I decided to focus on ceramics more and more, ending up with my first studio, a round mud walled African hut in the garden, where I employed local potters to teach a small group, including me, African hand building and firing techniques.
But my exposure to ceramics started much earlier.
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