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I was only 4 years old when my great-grandmother served me my first cup of coffee. It was a black cup of freshly made filter coffee, no sugar, and no milk – just the way she liked it.

The only thing that made this dark brew slightly more child friendly was the mug she had poured the coffee into. It was an old children’s mug from the 60’s, decorated with a little girl and a cat. I loved that mug.

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Finally I’ve managed to get some photos together of my latest collection of work. “Familien” is a quirky collection of different characters made for the kitchen. The collection consists of a jug, lidded container with a leather strap, a salt pig and salt and pepper shakers. I have used bone china, earthenware and stoneware to …

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Dendro, which means tree in Latin, takes inspiration from the natural world. The designs, screen-printed onto miniature plates, replicate the beautiful imperfections created from cracks that form in dry tree trunks.

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My latest body of work takes inspiration from Scandinavian knitting and embroidery patterns. Coming from Norway myself, I have a particular connection with these designs, and I can even remember  my great grandmother knitting mittens and using these patterns for the local fishermen before they went out to sea. For this collection I wanted to give …

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