In a Moorcroft career which started at the tender age of 20, Emma’s work has become extraordinarily popular with Moorcroft collectors. From the outset, her designs flashed across the world with her Hepatica range being the great Moorcroft design success of 2000. This was immediately followed in 2001 by Queen’s Choice; a best seller ever-since. For 2002, the young designer’s Golden Jubilee design was judged to be of sufficiently high quality for the Queen to consent to the use of the Royal Cypher on the base of each piece in the collection. A piece was also taken into the Royal Collection. A string of successful limited editions endorse the phenomenal rise to fame of a designer said by serious commentators to be the Moorcroft Design Studio member carrying the innovation mantle of the art pottery’s founding father, William Moorcroft. Perennial favourites among Moorcroft collectors include Queens Choice, and Sea Holly.
For 2014, Emma has designed ranges Anemone Blush, Ruby Red and Courting Birds which harks to exotic birds of Rozenburg Pottery.
She has also been working on a variety of limited and numbered editions. Chartwell tells a story of Winston Churchill’s hobby and home, Homemakers appealing to the nest builders in the world and finally, but most interestingly, Honeywort, which uses a lustre glaze on the bees wings for the first time in over a decade at Moorcroft.