Since graduating from the celebrated Harrow Ceramics course in 1994, Daniel has worked from the same East London studio he helped establish. This continuity is reflected in his work with a commitment to exploring the same family of useful forms – plates, bowls, cups, jugs, vases. All pieces are hand-thrown porcelain with a pared down aesthetic just occasionally emphasised or enhanced with some simple decoration. His refreshing and honest approach encaptures an understated elegance. The weight of the porcelain in the hand combined with the delicate pure forms makes each piece a delight to hold and use.

With quite dedication Daniel has built up a loyal international following over the years, his work appealing to both collectors and those who like beautiful, eminently functional objects for everyday use.

Daniel has exhibited at Contemporary Ceramics (London), New Ashgate Gallery (Farnham), Ceramic Art London (RCA), Chelsea Crafts Fair (95/01/03), V&A , Barbican Centre and with British Council touring exhibitions amongst others.