Eastnor Pottery working with Autodesk on Potter's Wheel

The Flying Potter works in all kinds of places, sometimes in the most unlikely settings you could ever imagine to find a pop-up potter’s studio. Thursday afternoon was no exception. Ethan and myself were summoned to The Hyatt Regency hotel in Birmingham to deliver a 3hr potter’s wheel teambuilding breakout session with an international software company in one of the hotel’s suites.

The client who we had the good fortune to work with is going through an expansion process and the board of directors met for a couple of days to take stock and discuss the changes. We were employed to facilitate a breakout pottery session before dinner.

In addition to experiencing the potter’s wheel, the participants co-constructed a Corporate Crest, illustrating the variety of the organisation’s products and customer reach.

The client was extremely pleased with the activity and commented:

“Jon thanks for a fab event. Everone loved it!! I would definately recommend you for future events.”

Steady hands on Potter's Wheel at Autodesk with Eastnor Pottery

Collaborating for Autodesk tile panel