c Focusing on the experience of light and colour, Michèle combines gradations of transparency and tone with an opaque element, capturing a sense of movement and fluidity.
In addition to her colour-merged, blown pieces Michèle employs the classic Swedish Graal technique to create innovative and contemporary patterning. This is achieved by freestyle cutting through layers of colour with a glass lathe to produce pattern, which when reblown becomes integral to the form.

Training first in printed textiles at Glasgow School of Art, Michèle ran a successful textile practice from a studio at the Oxo Tower before embarking on an MA at the RCA in Ceramics and Glass. Now working primarily with glass, she is represented by several galleries in the UK, and exhibits both locally and internationally. Her work has been selected for exhibition at the Irish Glass Biennale 2019, Venice Glass Week in both 2019 and 2021, and more recently for the European Prize for Applied Art 2022 in Belgium.

Michèle is part of Design-Nation, presenting at The Future of Craft, Oxo Tower Wharf for London Craft Week.