A London based ceramicist, Fay loves to experiment with clay, exploring different perspectives of nature and traveling around the world, collecting curio to be inspired by. She believes objects tell stories of people’s lives, often holding personal and collective meanings of a particular time, place, and event.
Fay has participated in many events and exhibitions since July 2004 in England, Japan, Bali, Milan, Bahrain, Dubai and the USA.
Fay’s current work features customised decorative curio and functional altered forms inspired by travel, found objects and different perspectives of nature.
Where can work be purchased:
- The University of the Arts London, BA (HON), Central Saint Martins (CSM): 2001-2004
- Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU): 2007 - 2009
- University for the Creative Arts, MA, Farnham (UCA): 2010-2012
Fay is an active maker, involved in many roles related to her practice. She has taught ceramics since 2005, was a ceramics technician (2005-2016), writes articles, and creates pieces for commission and exhibitions.
She also ran a business and workshop for 5 years before her MA, in a National Trust property and now works from a studio at home.
In January 2017, Fay released an introductory ‘Air Drying Clay’ book, published by Lark Crafts in the USA and Search Press in the UK. She has been a London Potters trustee and council member since 2005, organizing many ceramic related events and was recently appointed the position of Chair in October 2017.