Linda is a London born but Cornwall based potter who exhibits widely around the UK and beyond. She came to clay relatively late having led a ‘colourful’ life, making her debut appearances as an undergraduate at the Tate Gallery in St. Ives (1994), moving onto Ceramic Contempories 2, at the V&A Museum, London (1995). She has work held in private and public collections, including the Gregg Museum of Folk Art, North Carolina, USA (2007). Sir Terance Conran commisioned her to design and make a range of breakfast tableware for Conran. Linda has maintained an intense academic profile for many years, during which time she was a visiting lecturer in Contemporary Crafts, Higher Education Course manager, curator and researcher at the Combined University of Cornwall and has directed Arts Council, Heritage Lottery and EU funded public art projects at Falmouth’s Municipal Gallery (2007-08).
Since 2009 Linda has devoted herself totally to being a creative practitioner.