The first bogle appeared when I painted a cat on the handle of a lid instead of recycling it.
As a result, my range now includes jugs, brooches, tea-light holders, and illustrations. My aim is to combine bold design with a touch of humour.
All my pottery is thrown in white earthenware, individually hand decorated with black underglaze, and fired to 1120 degrees after being dipped in a transparent glaze.
The name comes from a creature in folklore. A bogle is a household spirit whose only purpose is to mystify its human neighbours.