Voices of Makers #10

Published 24 February 2021

Looking back over a year of lockdown Claire Heminsley considers the trickiness and learning which has changed the nature of her work.

Voices of Makers #9

Published 14 October 2020

The impact of lockdown on Anarkik3D Ltd gave jeweller Ann Marie Shillito time to have fun with its 3D modelling programme and experiment with fabrics.

Voices of Makers #8

Published 17 August 2020

When the usual roller coaster of making and exhibiting changed into an emotional roller coaster designer-maker Olive Pearson adapted to explore new ways of working and selling.

Voices of Makers #7

Published 6 July 2020

Understanding lockdown is a marathon not a sprint led Claire Heminsley of Incahoots to change her way of life.

Voices of Makers #6

Published 24 May 2020

Juggling a family in lockdown with making and selling, textile designer Lorna Brown describes enjoying time with the kids and a renewed love of drawing.

Voices of Makers #5

Published 11 May 2020

Lighting designer Clare Waddle describes riding the lockdown wave as they watch the impact on their business and adopt a new life/work balance.

Voices of Makers #4

Published 4 May 2020

Weaver James Donald describes adapting to a new reality which brought fresh routines, anxiety, gratefulness, and inspired over 85 mood boards.

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