2020 – 2022
MA from the Royal College of Art Ceramics & Glass
2017 – 2019
City Lit - Ceramic Diploma
2016 – 2017
City Lit - Portfolio (mixed media and drawing)
1980 – 1984
PUC, Brazil - Bachelor in Economics
Critics’ Circle commission for the Visual Arts and Architecture Award 2021 to award Iwona Blazwick for her 20 years’ contribution as the director of the White Chapel Gallery.
Publications – Awards – Other
Winner of the Royal Scottish Academy’s Ottillie Helen Wallace Prize at RSA’s Annual Exhibition (May 2023).
Ceramics Monthly 2023 Emerging Artists (May 2023 Issue)
Selected as one of Ceramics Monthly’s 2023 Emerging Artists, along with 20 other artists, out of 760 submissions.
Ceramics Review Nov/Dec Issue – ‘Future heirlooms’
Press clipping on the exhibition Formed with Future Heritage held at the Design Centre Chelsea Harbour in October 2022.
Selected to participate in ‘Pipa Prize’, created in 2010 by ‘Instituto Pipa’, with the objective of becoming the most relevant visual arts prize in Brazil. An annual initiative whose objective for 2021 was to award emerging Brazilian talent with a maximum arts career of 10 years. Work is featured in their 2021 catalogue.
Shards Magazine, from South Wales Potters, edited by
British Ceramics Biennial
Shortlisted to exhibit in Fresh, at Stoke-on-Trent