With a background in embroidery Anna Beam's work is focused on collage and pattern, which manifests itself in the form of paper, print making, textiles, wearables, and ceramics.  

Website         Instagram         Blog

Anna Jones makes one-off functional ceramic pieces in stoneware, using hand building press moulding and casting techniques. 

Inspired by simplicity of form from ceramic cups and bowls from the Chinese Tang Dynasty (618-907) and marbled surface decoration from contemporary American enamelled tableware, Anna strives to produce a beautiful object of use.  

Website                  Instagram

Screen Shot 2015-09-16 at 13.48.53.png

Charlie McKay. Jack of a few trades, not too bad at some. Mostly a full time food and lifestyle photographer Charlie occasionally still slips back into his old ways of freelancing as a senior designer/art director at the odd London design/advertising agency. Also a part time potter and full time canal boat dweller he is constantly covered in some sort of dirt, grease or food.  

Website           Instagram         Facebook


_MG_8547 (1).jpg

Daisy Addison. It is the twists, tucks, folds and openings that are created through handling soft clay that are characteristic of Daisy's work. Taking on a skin­-like quality the sculptures draw focus to a missing substance within or beneath.

Website              Email




Emma de Clercq is a gallery co-ordinator and botany enthusiast. She runs Brutes, which makes and sources unusual vessels to house cacti and succulents

Instagram     blog       facebook  

Hackney Potter throws clay on wheels across Hackney trying to create simple yet dynamic shapes. Her tea bowls and plant pots want to bring a little extra life to your kitchen and garden. 

website                instagram            facebook          twitter     

Inspired by pattern makers such as artists Anni Albers and Agnes Martin, Harriet Levy-Cooper’s work focuses on simple, functional shapes with pattern. She considers the clay itself beautiful so it is often a feature in her designs.

Harriet studied Ceramic Design at Central Saint Martins and has since been practicing under the name Lazy Glaze. She has worked out of various studios in Hackney before joining Clay Collective.

Website               Instagram              Email

Harriet Levy-Cooper
Harriet Levy-Cooper

Milo Liren works on the Art Department for Film and Photo shoots by day and thinks about clay the rest of the time. 

website       instagram

Sandra Dieckmann is an illustrator, think-maker and potter of hand built creatures and strange ones.

Ceramics      Illustration      Twitter       Instagram

Sophie Alda is an artist, maker and fabricator who lives on a little tiny boat. She's interested in interdisciplinary collaboration and exchange, and trying to make taller vases

website     instagram     twitter    blog

Victoria Bridal is a graphic designer who's waking hours (and some of the sleeping ones too) are increasingly occupied by clay. She is excited by the prospects of combining her budding pottery skills with the other disciplines of art, fashion and textile design that make up her background.


Ben Sutton is a ceramics designer/ maker who's work ranges from tableware to decorative bowls and vases with an aesthetic that fuses Scandinavian design with Japanese simplicity. Working exclusively in hand thrown porcelain, he aims to make work that is visually bold yet elegant and tactile. 


Website         Instagram

Joe Rogers, AKA Colourbox, is a visual artist, illustrator and ceramicist producing colourful artwork across a range of products.

 Website        Shop         Instagram         Tumblr


Rae Blunstone is a trained ceramicist and on the quest to make the perfect tea bowl. She's passionate about all things colour and materials and regularly writes about the intersection of design culture, art and contemporary craft.

Twitter           Instagram