Daniel makes one-off thrown salt and ash glazed stoneware. He explores unconventional firing processes to enrich his thrown pots, which are contemporary and individual.   Vibrant slips and ash glazes are used which encourage the firing process to leave its mark on the ware, developing textures and movement within the fluid glaze, producing unique works to be explored beyond their surface.

Daniel has lived and worked at his studio in Wales since graduating from the Harrow Studio Ceramics course in 1991.



1991/1997                  Balls Pond Studios, London


                                    Holt Lodge, Kintbury, Hungerford


1997 – present.         Gorwydd, Silian, Lampeter,


                                   Ceredigion Wales SA48 8AU   


2012 -2020

Joint exhibition with painter Gerald Dewsbury – Denbigh
SWP anniversary touring exhibition, Wales
‘Interiors’ exhibition – Ruthin, Wales
Earth and Fire, Rufford
Swalmen ceramic festival, Holland
Potfest in the Park, Cumbria
Keramisto,Millsbeek,Holland (2018)
Theemaas exhibition, Rotterdam
Goudse Ceramics Festival, Holland (2015)
Art in Clay – Hatfield 
Y Galleri, exhibition, Carnarfon, Wales
Made by Hand, Wales
More Art of Decoration, exhibition, Keramiekcentrum, Tiendschuur, Tegelen
Maker in Focus – Mission Gallery – Swansea
Hay Makers Gallery – Hay on Wye
Ceramics in the City. London
Ceramics Art London – London
Celebrating Ceramics – Oxford
CPA Ceramics Fair – Oxford
CPA Ceramics Fair – York
Arts and Business Cymru 2019 Awards – Cardiff
STAC architecture – restaurant fasc