If you’re not already listening to Material Matters then you’re in for a treat.

In this episode of Material Matters with Grant Gibson, the brilliant wood turner Eleanor Lakelin describes how she turned her back on a career in teaching to concentrate on timber, creating a series of award-winning vessels that celebrate the imperfections of the material in the process. The story begins in a tiny village in north Wales.

Over the course of six 30-minute interviews, the former Blueprint and Crafts editor talks to different designers, artists and makers about their relationship to a particular material or technique with which they’re intrinsically linked.

“It has long been my view that there’s a huge amount of untapped talent on the British craft scene. The idea of this podcast is to get the makers’ voices to as wide an audience as possible. I hope it will be listened to by architects, designers and artists as well as collectors and interested members of the public. I literally couldn’t be more excited.” says Grant Gibson

As well as Spotify & Apple Podcasts, listeners can follow Grant’s LinkedIn and Instagram profiles to find out more about the Material Matters series one episodes.

If you have any questions or would like to arrange an interview with Grant about Material Matters do get in touch.

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