Royal College of Art, Masters in Ceramics & Glass. 2018

Brighton University, Wood, Metal, Ceramics & Plastics. First Class Ba (Hons). 2010

Wimbledon School of Art. Foundation in Art and Design. Distinction. 2006


Selected Exhibitions:

British Ceramics Biennial, Stoke-on-Trent, UK. September 2021

Artefact, Ting Ying Gallery, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. June 2021

Schloss Hollenegg, Austria. May 2021

Collect 2021, Ting Ying Gallery. UK. January 2021

London Art Fair, Ting Ying Gallery. UK. January 2021

Crafting a Difference, Ting Ying Gallery at So Shiro, London, UK. January 2021

Beaux Arts, Bath, Christmas Show. Bath, UK. November 2020

Ingram Prize 2020 Shortlist Exhibition, Cello Factory, London, UK. November 2020

Time, Suspended, Ting Ying Gallery at Catherine Prevost, 127 Slone Street, London. October 2020

Blanc de Chine Contemporary, Scottish Gallery and Ting Ying Gallery. October 2020

Focus/20, Ting Ying Gallery, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. September 2020

Mayfair Gallery, London Craft Week. September 2020

Ceramic Art London, British Ceramics Biennial, Central St Martins, London. March 2020

Small Favors, Clay Studio, Philadelphia, USA. March 2020

Collect20, Somerset House, London. February 2020

MAKE, Hauser & Wirth, Somerset. October 2019

Future Heritage, Decorex. London. October 2019

Fresh, British Ceramics Biennial, Stoke-on-Trent. September 2019

Mid Atlantic Keramik Exchange. Nordic House, Reykjavik, Iceland. June 2019

The New Craftsmen. London Craft Week. May 2019

John Smeadley. London Craft Week. May 2019

Caroline Fisher Projects. Norwich, UK. April 2019

Mrs & Mr Bateman, Notting Hill, London. April 2019

Collect19, Saatchi Gallery, London. February 2019

Open to Art, Officine Saffi, Milan. March 2019

The Glorious Objects: London Edition, Kindred Studio. November 2018

Joanna Bird Gallery, London. November 2018

China Craft Week, Hangzhou, China. November 2018

The Cultural Power Institute, Xuhui District, Shanghai. November 2018

Trans-form, Mint, London. September 2018

Making Shapes, Toad, London. September 2018

Final Year Show, Royal College of Art, Woo Building, London. June 2018

Make Your Future Final Show, Central St Martins, London. May 2018

Materialise, Home of Preston Fitzgerald, London. March 2018

Royal College of Art Work in Progress Show, Royal College of Art. January 2018

Emerging & Established, Christies Auction House, London. February 2017

Royal College of Art Work in Progress Show, Royal College of Art. January 2017

Made London, London. August 2016

Royal Danish Academy of Art, Nexo, Denmark. July 2014

Halv Ton, Svaneke, Bornholm, Denmark. June 2014

Smiths Row, Bury St Edmunds. November 2013

Twisted, Phoenix Gallery, Brighton. September 2012

Chatillon Festival, France. May 2012

Tate Takeover, Tate Modern, London. October 2011

UK Young Artist. Pickford House, Derby. February 2011

HomeWorks. Mint, London. September 2010

Designers of the Future. Victoria & Albert Museum, London. June 2010


Wedgwood, Stoke on Trent, UK. 2021

Cove Park, Scotland. 2019

Mid- Atlantic Keramik Exchange, Iceland. 2019

European Ceramic Context, Bornholm, Denmark. 2014

Victoria and Albert Museum, Ceramics Studio, Graduate Residency, London. 2010

Ceramica Inglese, Centola, Italy. 2009

Awards and Achievements:

Igram Prize, Shortlisted, 2020

Fresh Award Winner, Wedgewood Prize. British Ceramics Biennial 2019

Franz Rising Star Award Winner 2019

Curation. Mid Atlantic Keramik Exchange Exhibition at Nordic House, Reykjavik, Iceland. June 2019

Oppenheim Award- John Downes Memorial Trust, 2019

Open to Art, Officine Saffi 2019 Finalist

Franz Rising Star Prize 2018

Craeftiga Hole & Corner, Finalist 2018

Future Lights, Finalist 2018

Potclays Innovation Award 2018

Winner of the Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers alias Wire Workers Prize 2018

Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) 2018

Sir Edward James Bursary, Westdean 2018

Behrens Foundation Award, awarded to an RCA Ceramics & Glass Student 2017

The Eduardo Paolozzi Travel Grant, awarded to travel to inspire new work 2017

Victoria & Albert Museum, selected as ‘Designer of the Future’ 2010

UK Young Artist, selected to represent the UK 2011

Teaching and Public Engagement:

Online Ceramics Tutor, Zoom private classes. Worldwide. 2020-ongoing

Ceramics Tutor, Store Store, Coal Drops Yard, London. 2020

Ceramic Tutor, Make Your Future, Crafts Council England. 2018 - 2019

Visiting Lecturer, Bath Spa University, UK. 2019

Ceramics Tutor, Door to Design Project, Victoria and Albert Museum. 2018 - 2019

Learning Coordinator, temp position – Crafts Council England. October 2018

Ceramic Tutor, Make Your Future, Crafts Council England. 2018

Ceramics Tutor, Reachout RCA, Royal College of Art, London 2017

Technical Demonstrator, Ceramics Department, University of Brighton, 2013 - 2016



Tempus Magazine 'Capital Creativity' Lauren Jade Hill. September 2019

Financial Times, How to Spend It. 'Meet the Clickbait Craftmakers' Victoria Woodcock. July 2020

Hole and Corner. 'Alice Walton Interviewed' Tamsin Blanchard. July 2020

Wohn! Design. Mar/April 2020

Crafts, article by Isabella Smith, Jan/Feb 2020

Revisita Ceramica, article by Antonio Vivas, 2019

Neim Design, 2019

Material Design, Process, Elements, Earth. Sandu Publishing 2019

Ceramic Review, Emerging Maker, One to Watch, July 2019

Keramik, Traditie in een nieuw jasje: de stijl van Alice Walton, by Marlies Augustijn. March 2019

Craft Potters Association, February 2019

Essential Journal, June 2019

Tasarlayanlar, July 2018

Ceramic Review, written article in ‘Building Confidence’ 2010