Emma joined the team in 2017 under the Artist in Training Programme. She then became an Associate Artist, delivering workshops as part of the Cast of Thousands, Growing Cultures and CLAY School projects. In 2020 she became the Project Coordinator for the Generation Project and Joint Project Coordinator for the Foundations Project.
She completed a Foundation Degree in Contemporary Art Practice from Staffordshire University, in 2015 and a BA Hons in Applied Art from the University of Wolverhampton, in 2016.
Emma established her pottery studio in 2016, where she produces a range of products and artworks, which reflects the reclaim of buildings by the natural environment. Her current project explores using slip casting as a technique for expressing the forms and social histories of ruins in her area.