Bill runs pottery classes (which have a massive waiting list!) and occassional workshops.
this link to see this events page, where details of
some of the forthcoming events can be seen, including workshops.
Bill's current project is the construction of a
Bread Oven in his garden, although it is not an exact replica of an ancient
oven, it has many features of early ovens.
This is the link to see images
with explanations of the construction and use.
In August 2019, Bill carried out some firing demonstrations at "Out of Eden" in Wales. There is an archive report with images and text at this link.
In March 2019, Bill was at the Ancient Technology Centre, firing Black Burnished Ware replicas in a kiln made of turf. A report and images can be found at this link.
Bill conducted Pit Firings with his fellow potter Jennie Hanrahan. There
are archives of images and comments at this
Bill standing in the Pit, removing the contents.
On 5th November 2016, Bill and friends did some experimental firings of their ancient pottery replicas at the site of the Upwey Village Bonfire. See this link for a description of the activities.
There is a page that features images of Bill's studio at home, after being set up for the Artwey Art Trail in September 2014.
Replicas of Glastonbury Ware Bowls
Bill has a passion for ancient pottery, he undertakes
experimental archaeology and explorations into Neolithic and Bronze Age techniques.
Bill's most famous commission was the collection of replicas for the Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre, see details at this link.
Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre Display of Replica pottery
Bill undertakes experimental pottery firings, using bonfires and simple kilns made of turf.
A clamp firing experiment at Martin Green's Farm
by Bill, more can be seen at
Recent commissions include beaker replicas for Somerset County Council Museum service. They are copies of the 3 beakers found at Hincley Point in the Wick Barrow and Neolithic style bowls, there is a page about this project at this link.