Meet the maker: Danielle Flowers
From a little converted shed in rural Ludlow, with her spaniel pup Ash for company, woodturner Danielle Flowers carves out her modern take on a traditional craft.
The 24-year-old works by hand to transform decaying felled beech trees from the National Trust's Wenlock Edge woodland, in Shropshire, into decorative spalted bowls. Created for the National Trust, her bespoke and distinctive collection is available both in our shops and online. We spoke to Danielle to discover how she fell in love with the art of woodturning.