Emma has exhibited her work at a range of art galleries and alternative spaces, including the Ice House in Holland Park, The Custard Factory, Birmingham, St Pancras Station, London and The Triskel Art Centre, Cork. In 2004, Emma exhibited Anatomy of Exiles at the MAC in Birmingham. Part of a programme inspired to highlight the plight of international refugees, this exhibition became part of a national tour called Children in Conflict, which toured the UK until 2009. She has worked for a variety of agencies and worked on a broad range of projects and commissions in the UK and abroad, including projects with charitable organisations The Red Cross and Christian Aid.
The Arts Council of England has consistently supported her artistic development for a variety of projects over the past 15 years. She has been featured in a number of published works, including Confrontational Ceramics by Judith Schwartz and David Jones’ work Fired. Emma’s work also been featured in Ceramic Review and The Times. She is a member of a number of professional bodies including Axis, A-N. and AIR.
Emma is Co-Director of a new arts organisation Storymine based in Ludlow, a new collaborative artist-led organisation focusing on fairy tales to explore community issues.