Gail uses handbuilding and wheel thrown methods with printing and graphic techniques to produce one off, unique vessels. Combining different stoneware clays and slips, with clear or tin glaze, the forms are high fired creating unusual surfaces. Gail explores asymmetry and the perfectly imperfect, allowing for misprint and a distressed finish. Inspired by jazz music and improvisation both 'primitive and sophisticated all at once'. I am editor of the London Potters newsletter.