is a member of the CPA and makes mainly reduced stoneware pots fired
in a gas fueled kiln. John say's that his inspiration comes from
the ceramics of Michael Cardew, Richard Batterham, Clive Bowen and
12th to 14th centuary Chinese Japanese and Korean ceramics.
He uses a
range of high fired glazes, celadons, tenmoku and various ash-glazes.
John's pots are all beautifully thrown and turned, many of his forms
are decorated with incising and ridges that add a strong decorative
feature to his work but also serve to excentuate the forms.