A poem by the Trinidadian poet Derek Walcott. The raised cast brass text circles the column of the lamp as a visual meditation on the beautiful idea within his poem 'Love After Love'.
Lanterns made from hand-blown Peking glass in white colour (sometimes called 'mutton fat white').
Umbra Vases evoke the dark side of the moon; the shadow side where our darker energies lie.
Raw shagreen is inlaid in parallel lines of varying width and then deeply polished
Hand-carved from solid wood into the shape of a clam shell,
The Facet console was born from the idea of a table made from paper and the strength and architecture.
Fingers slide over deliciously polished black lacquer into the carved hand positions on this tray.
I sculpted the form from clay looking for a play on lines and light. The bronze structure supports a table top in antique ivory tusk lacquer.
A bronze vessel inspired by strongly woven bamboo
Voluptuous organic form inspired by the curves of Japanese hibachi and vegetables
The handcarved shagreen lid was inspired by mid century American craft pieces
A very geometric but sinuous form that sits beautifully indoors or out.
Inspired by an antique ring, the quilt texture brings a soft reflective bronze surface
An important octagonal stem lantern made from Peking glass and caste bronze. UL electrified.
A bronze disc with linear sunburst is a strong wall feature that ages beautifully