A couple of days ago I undertook a new shoot for Clive Bowen, one of the U.K’s most respected Potters. Clive’s wonderful ceramics are made from local North Devon red clay, thrown, decorated and wood-fired in a huge traditional bottle kiln. The resulting pots exemplify the materials they are made from, with deep earthy green, gold and black tones and floating etherial trails of slip. Studio pottery was essentially born from utilitarian table ware. Objects to contain food or liquid, to store or eat food from. So here are some of the images which are intended to celebrate both the ceramics and the food.