I'm always so intrigued about other's creative studio spaces. How they set them up and work day to day. So, I thought you might like a peek into mine?
To celebrate a dear friends 1st wedding anniversary we designed a book for them capturing their time spent in our workshop crafting two silver bowls by hand.
We recently completed this stunning centrepiece for an existing client of ours.
When people ask me what it is I do, I say “I’m a silversmith”, which often elicits a confused look or sometimes an intriguing “Ohhh what’s that? What do you make?”
Earlier this year I was approached to make a special commemorative gold cutlery set.
All finished, this little Teapot was lots of fun (if not a little nerve-wracking) to photograph. I particularly love his cheekiness and character!
An insight into how I went about making my first teapot.
Most furniture designers I’ve met seem to have one particular career dream in common. They want to design one good chair. As a silversmith, my dream has always been to make a teapot.
My new series of work
Slowly Slowly Pouring Pots
has been selected for
, STEEL: art design architecture
a ground-breaking steel exhibition showcasing renowned Australia artists, designers and architects.
Lost in thought is a glimpse into Alison’s making process, where the initial spark of an idea is free to change as the object develops, giving each a unique personality and together they form an eclectic bunch.
The creativity and inventiveness of kids is magic, and is something we could all do with a little more of. With a hint of guilt in his answer, I came to realise Oscar's folding ruler didn't break whilst being used as ruler. This sparked my idea...
We had the best time working with a talented bunch of local creatives for the photoshoot of our Signature Collection re-launch!
Pitched as an Australian first health and wellbeing experience, Eden has been turning heads. We were thrilled to be a part of this big project!
With a renewed energy to make objects, the opportunity to create new work for an exhibition all about vessels came at the perfect time.
I think of a makers’ mark as quite a personal thing, after all it is what lets others identify that piece as yours for years to come. Often they become quite iconic and instantly recognisable.
I was asked by the creative folk at
Hotel Hotel to be a part of their new Fix and Make program.
Fixing and making? That’s me! I jumped at the chance to run a workshop with them.
In May, I worked on this fantastic installation with the Canberra Centre as part of their Autumn Winter campaign. My biggest project yet!
I'm proud to have designed and made custom awards for the AIS again this year!
My first solo exhibition, a collection of 47 pieces and titled Table Tools.
Renowned Adelaide Furniture designer, Jon Goulder and myself teamed up to work on this exciting new venture by AGENCY.
I'm so thrilled to have been featured on The Design Files.
Table Tools is my first solo exhibition, a collection of new tableware pieces exploring functional objects for the communal dining environment.