of an Eighteenth century supper set. The extensive glaze research for this project was published as an article in Ceramic Review magazine, (issue 237).In 2009, Louisa won the ‘Batch-production’ Award (£10,000) at the prestigious British Ceramics Biennial, Stoke on Trent. This was followed by: ‘The Evening Standard Homes & Property Best Domestic Product 2009’ and ‘UK Trade & Investment Silver Award for Innovation, Creativity and Potential to Export’. Her work was also selected to exhibit at the major international show Talente – Ambiente fair Munich, Germany.
Alongside making her own work and teaching, Louisa is a professional member of the Crafts Potters Association and Contemporary Applied Arts, London.From 11 January - 30 June 2012, Louisa was the Artist in Residence based in the ceramics galleries at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. From Jan-June 2012, Louisa undertook a ceramics residency at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. She consults as a freelance designer for industry, including concept/form development and colour consultancy. Clients include J Wedgwood and American online home-ware company, Teroforma.
Louisa Taylor is the author of the book "Ceramics: Tools and Techniques for the Contemporary Maker", Jacqui Small Publishing, which was released in September 2011. This is a work of 288 pages (65,000 words) with over 700 illustrations of contemporary ceramic practice.Louisa is a skilled master of the pottery wheel and teaches ‘throwing’ to students within the 3D Design and Materials Practice subject area at the University of Brighton. This has led to a new area of research currently in development, which explores the role of problem based learning and the acquirement of skill. As a new lecturer to the University, Taylor completed a PG Cert in Learning & Teaching qualification in 2009.