Adam’s work draws inspiration from traditional, classic shapes recreated in a contemporary style.
Each piece of Adam’s work is individually hand thrown and is simplistic in form, colour and style. His ceramics are unique emphasising the lines created using the wheel which he highlights with sympathetic glazes and lustres. Adam’s main medium is porcelain but experiments with stoneware clays for contrast.
He studied at the University of Wolverhampton (2004-2007) gaining a BA (Hons) in Ceramics, followed by an apprenticeship under Edmund de Waal who greatly inspired and influenced his work.
At The Merchant’s Table, we stock an excellent selection of Adam’s vessels and large canisters.