Laser Cutting Technician

Technician, Kirsty Davies-Clark, works with students from several courses, providing laser cutting services, support and instruction. Meticulous, organised and approachable, Kirsty is always on hand to help the students achieve their creative and academic goals. She’s also constantly pushing the boundaries of what laser cutting can do, experimenting with materials and inspiring the students to create high quality work.
Kirsty Davies-Clark staff picture

Contact details



Year Qualification Awarding body
2011 BA(Hons) Fine Art University College Falmouth
2007 Foundation Diploma in Fine Art Warwickshire College

Honors and awards

Year Description
2018 Staff Excellence Award - Unsung Hero

Research Interests

Research interests and expertise

Model Making, Digital Fabrication and Processes, Sustainability, Architecture, Scale, Sculpture, Horticulture, Being Green, Sustainable Materials, Eco.

Professional Engagement

Independent professional practice

  • 2010 – Assisted artists Alessandro Marianantoni and Marcos Lutyens on the production of art piece co2morrow; a highly finished large-scale carbon-fibre sculpture. This was on display at gsk Contemporary Earth; Art of the Changing World, Royal Academy of Art London. 
  • On going - Work for Joseph Waller Fabrications of London, helping fabricate various high profile artists’ work such as Adriano Costa and Helen Marten (2016 Turner Prize Winner)

Professional esteem indicators

Year Description
2014 First Aid at Work
2013 DSE (Display Screen Equipment) Qualified DSE Assessor
2012 HSD Fire Warden
2012 Gas Handling Course - Compressed Gasses
2012 IOSH Managing Health and Safety at Work
2012 Abrasive Wheels Training - Competency Certificate