My affair with glass began in 2007-08, when I attended several Adult Education classes. Then I completed Studio Glass Studies at the University of Tasmania.

Antarctic Glass was my first glass design series. They were inspired by my husband Paul\'s photos of fascinating shapes of Antarctic sea-ice. They were taken while he was onboard the Aurora Australis enroute to Antarctica in summers of 2008-09 and 2010-11.

Aspect Design gallery in Salamanca Place, Hobart loved Antarctic Glass and began to sell them in June 2010. It was was an immediate success, and continues to be very popular, perhaps this is because Hobart has so many connections with the Antarctic continent, the Southern Ocean and Antarctic research.

Several years ago, I set up a proper studio in our garage and I bought my own kiln. In 2014 I bought a smaller kiln.

Since then things have grown way beyond what I ever expected. My glass is at several galleries around Tasmania: Saddlers Court Richmond, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), Strahan Woodworks and of course Gallery Salamanca and Aspect Design in Salamanca Place, Hobart.

I am constantly experimenting with new ideas and designs and I now have several main designs with new ones on the way.