Freya Bramble-Carter is a London based ceramicist. Freya’s ideology centres around her identity as a black female artist with a strong voice, that has derived from having a Rastafari father who through his own success introduced her to the world of clay. Freya studied Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts, but has been working with clay since she was a child, firing pots in her father’s studio. Having always felt a strong physical connection to the clay she works with, Freya believes in creating pieces with soul, that inspire and become a source of energy in the home and is determined to bring a piece of the craft into the homes of others.
Peckham Craft Show is excited to be showing Freya’s work for the third year in a row at Copeland Gallery between the 9th to the 12th of May. Hannah’s work will be exhibited alongside 50 mixed media makers in curated still lifes.