The PAW Team


Philip Jackson CVO DL MA FRBS

We are very proud to have internationally renowned sculptor Philip Jackson as our president. Please visit Philip’s website to learn more about his life in sculpture:

Purbeck Art Weeks is run by a small core team of voluntary Trustees who are supported by a number of key Co-ordinators and numerous volunteers.


Charlotte Heathpublicity and visual arts

Charlotte did a Textiles BA at Camberwell School of Art, then ran her own studio and courses for a number of years. After 5 years in Oman managing a Bedouin weaving project she returned to the UK and completed a PhD at the University of E.Anglia. In 1995 she joined the Dept for International Development where she held various advisory and management positions until retiring in 2012. She joined the PAW Board of Trustees in 2014, and became Chair in 2016.

Joan Ingarfield

Emma-Louise Grinstedvisual arts, membership, applications, web designer and publicity

Emma-Louise Grinsted has a degree in Workshop Ceramics from Harrow and has always run her home studio alongside numerous other jobs, family and voluntary commitments. She begin working as a web designer when she wanted to create a website to showcase her ceramic work over 20 years ago and has continued ever since. She currently also works in a local school. Emma became the PAW Secretary in 2017.

Emma Ormondevents, festival friends and ticketing

Anne Easterbrooke – brochure distribution, publicity, fund raising and visual arts

Anne started her working life as an analytical chemist and changed direction after her children were born having completed a Masters degree at Southampton University. The next 25 years were spent as a solution focused therapist and teaching psychology in colleges and universities in Dorset, Hampshire and Derbyshire. Having been a keen embroiderer all her life she took up pottery 10 years ago and now shares a home studio with her husband and fellow PAW trustee Jonathan. Ceramics nowadays is combined with a career in interior design.

Nick Salt 


Joanna Colvileadministrator

Sebastian McEwenRollington manager

Sophie JenkinsPYA coordinator