Tamsyn Trevorrow draws endless inspiration from the coastline of West Cornwall where she lives and works, building pots and sculptural forms from heavily grogged stoneware. She uses coiling and the slab process to cut, shape, re-shape and sculpt the clay into organic and geologically inspired forms and textures.
Tamsyn was born in Cornwall and grew up in St Ives. She studied for a BA Ceramics at Falmouth College of Arts with time spent on Erasmus at Limerick Technical Collage. After college she travelled for a number of years throughout Asia, Australia and New Zealand, working in Australia at Happs Pottery, Margaret River and Teaching at Northland Polytechnic College, New Zealand, before returning to Cornwall.