Bird Form II

Scorched Speyside elm

Feather II

Sculptural elm bowl


Carved ash bowl

Shell-like bowl

Scorched elm

Feather I

Charred sculptural elm bowl

Under the wing

Charred Speyside elm

Journey Home

Sculptural salmon depicting its journey. Made from an old old lintel from a salmon bothy

Bird Form I

Scorched Speyside ash


Hand carved burr elm bowl

Under the wing

Scorched elm

Ox bow

Sculpted ash bowl

Feather II

Charred elm sculptural bowl

Curly kelp

Intricately carved ash platter

Bird form II

Scorched Speyside ash

Fish Platter

Hand carved fish shaped bowl, made from local ash.


Sculptural bowl, made from a local very slow grown wind felled oak tree.

BIG FISH- little fish

Hand carved scorched ash bowl, inspired by the migrating salmon in the River Spey.

On guard

Carved maquette - a model made for a pair of sculptural seats to sit on the top steps of a Moray castle either side of the front door.

Burr Elm Bowl

Turned from a beautiful elm burr.

'Possilpod' and 'Casting' maquettes

Design proposal- The forms are inspired by the casting process and the ornate barley twist iron railings that used to be made in the Saracen Foundry in Possilpark. Although made in Scottish elm, I thought it would be fun to create a piece that looked as if it has been cast in the foundry. There will be two ‘Castings’ made to sit either side of ‘Possilpod’.

Possilpod Maquette

Hand sculpted maquette. A tactile form designed to sit in a nhs health centre.

Larch bowl

Carved bowl made from larch.


What to do with a beautiful 4” plank of ash that had a great big hole in the middle.

BIG FISH- little fish

This sculptural bowl is inspired by the migrating salmon in the River Spey and is made from Speyside ash.

Wee Crater

Scorched Scottish elm bowl.

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