Kim's work has evolved over the years and now takes a more imaginative fluid approach, using texture and colour from daily what she find around her. Kim's main consideration in our approach to her work are form and function. The changes in light according to the seasons or the landscape inspire our her use of glazes and oxides.

Kim takes photographs or drawing during her walks and travels to turn into stencils for our pieces. She carves into the clay to give her pieces texture. Roki Pottery work is in stoneware clay and fired to 1280 degrees Celsius. Kim work's in fine stoneware making hard-wearing and high quality domestic and artistic items, including the use of colour glazes and 18 carat gold lusters.

Kim is a members of West Country Potters, The Craft Potters Association and is the promoter and  organizer of the Flying Monk Arts Trail.