Lisa: This space is at the back of my house in Ormond. I work on ideas, sketch and make prototypes here; I also use it for my jewellery practice. I have another studio for my drawings and, when I’m scaling up sculptures, I’ll work with foundries or larger factory spaces.
A typical day starts, before I even get to the studio, with emails and phone calls: I spend a lot of time negotiating with production people. Then I’ll work in the studio in the afternoon before I might head over to the foundry to check on a work being made in bronze.
But there’s no such thing as a typical day – I’m not at all a nine-to-fiver – it just depends on what I’m working on.
– November 2014