Since 2010 Chris has also been making interactive pieces, termed "extra-curricular", which have echoes of his previous career as an actor.
Vessels : The Spirit of Modern British Ceramics
Ceramic Art London
Tenmoku and Celadon - Historical Context, Contemporary Application
Chris began working with clay in his mid-thirties when he became Edmund de Waal's first apprentice.
Working with Limoges porcelain & a restrained palette of glazes.
Since 1998 Chris has worked from his own studio in South London, which he shares with the potter Carina Ciscato.
Repetition has always been central to his work. All the pots will do a job if you want them to.