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About The Cord Wrapper

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One spring evening a couple friends were sitting around enjoying the night, chatting away when one of us put away a toaster from earlier. When she put it in the cabinet, the cabinet door refused to shut all the way because that toaster cord was sticking out again for the thousandth time. She yelled out in anger, “I’m so sick and tired of these cords!” In that moment, The Cord Wrapper was born. After months of hard work and determination, we have brought our product to you to help with Wrapping Up Loose Ends! This is the solution for those annoying cords in your kitchen, bathroom, office, living room… anywhere there is a cord! Simply stick it and wrap it.


It was a month of gentle goodbyes to Spring, as the days become warmer and longer and Summer finally beckons. A month of playing with soft sweet smelling lilac, and beautiful bold peonies, in my studio for styling opportunities, as I stretched my throwing skills further and experimented with new colour palettes with my porcelain slip casting.

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I am lucky enough to have a beautiful studio in the heart of Edinburgh. My studio is in a large building with over 50 artists. This has been a real advantage to my practice as I work in an enriching environment with painters, weavers, jewellers, printmakers as well as other ceramicists. This has fed my creativity and given me the confidence to incorporate other disciplines like printmaking and sculpture into my work. I dont do detailed drawings, preferring to scribble initial ideas into my sketchbook but finalising my designs in clay. Im not a morning person and love nothing better than settling down in my studio, with Radio 4 playing in the background, and working late into the evening

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My work changed dramatically about 15 years ago. I used to make very richly decorated lustrous caskets inspired by Medieval reliquaries, but one day almost overnight I realised I had reached the end of the road with that work. I had had enough of colour and just stopped. I packed away all my glazes and lustres, ordered some samples of porcelain clay and started afresh. In hindsight it seems a rash thing to do but I have never regretted it.

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