After completing a Fine Art degree at the Ruskin in Oxford, Amy Anderson made her way from sculpture, photography and video installation to setting up her label Comfort Station and never looked back.
Having grown up around markets all her life it seemed only natural for a London-born artist to start selling her creations on a stall in Portobello Market. But what initially started as a part-time side venture to fund her Art practice quickly grew into a full-time business and shops were soon knocking at the door. So much so, that she decided to show her first official collection at London Fashion Week for Spring Summer ‘03. Now several seasons later, with a plethora of prestigious boutiques and department stores stocking her work, the Fine Art influence is still very much evident. Limited edition ranges of printed crockery, jewellery with hidden messages, unusual themes, materials and techniques are just some of the things keeping her busy in the studio.