Press

Freya has been lucky to have been featured in some fabulous publications, from Vogue to the Evening Standard, as well as collaborating with great organisations like Tate Gallery. Here are a few of the articles about Freya's work.

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Elle Decor, February 2021

Freya Bramble-Carter in Elle Decor

The Estee Lalonde Show

Creative Director and creator Estee Lalonde interviewed Freya for the final episode of her podcast in the 2020 season of 'The Estee Lalonde Show'. You can listen to the podcast here.

Freya Bramble-Carter on The Estee Lalonde Show

Homes and Gardens 

'Old Crafts, New Energy'.

Freya Bramble-Carter in Homes and Gardens Magazine

 

Up Our Street: 8 Holland Street Interview

An interview with gallery 8 Holland Street: Freya and Pallas from Studio Krokalia. 

Read the interview here.

Freya Bramble-Carter and Pallas of Studio Krokalia in Their Pottery Studio

 

House and Garden

A piece from the Freya Bramble Carter x Studio Krokalia collaboration on show at 8 Holland Street.

Freya Bramble Carter x Studio Krokalia in House & Gardens Magazine

  

Evening Standard: Homes & Property

Freya and the ceramics studio she shares with her father, master potter Chris Bramble Carter, was featured in the July issue of Homes & Property in the Evening Standard.

Freya Bramble Carter in Evening Standard Homes & Property

Elle Decor

Read Freya's interview with Elle Decor here: 60 Seconds with Freya Bramble-Carter.

Image credit: Sasha Hitchcock

Freya Bramble-Carter in Elle Decor Magazine

Vogue Online

Freya's work was featured among a list of other artisans and makers in the June 2020 issue of Vogue.

Freya Bramble Carter in Vogue
The Strategist 
Freya was featured among a number of other artists in The Strategist's article 92 Black-Owned, UK-Based Businesses to Support.
Tate Gallery: How to Make a Coil-Built Pot in the Style of Grayson Perry
Freya collaborated with Tate Collective to produce a how-to video on how to make a coil-built pot in the style of Grayson Perry. 

Watch the video on the Tate website here.