Born on 19 March 1938 in Newquay, Cornwall, England. Moves to Kent in 1948.
After attending Secondary Modern School from age 11-15, in 1953 is awarded a scholarship to
the Bromley Art School in Kent. Takes 3-year course in 'Drawing and Illustration'.
From age 17 onwards works on illustrations and lay-out in the Sales Promotion office of D.H. Evans fashion store
in Oxford Street, London. Does drawings for Harrods fashion shows. In 1959 first exhibition of paintings in England.
Moves to Worthing. Works as sales assistant in Aldridge Brothers art shop/gallery. Later gives lessons and advises on painting and art materials. Paints portraits of clients.
Works as au pair in The Hague. After a few months back in England settles in The Netherlands for good.
Starts work at 'De Porceleyne Fles' in Delft, initially as designer of building ceramics. From 1970 onwards starts making her own ceramic sculptures. 1970 has her first solo exhibition of ceramic work in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
Moves from Scheveningen to Amsterdam.
Acquires Dutch nationality.
Own studio, lives and works in Amsterdam.
Receives travel grant for Crete from Ministry of Culture, Recreation and Social Welfare (CRM)
Publication of 'The Perfect Planet'.
Visits Thailand and Malaysia.
Second visit to Thailand.