After completing a BA in Ceramic Design at Monash University, Melbourne in 1992 Maggie moved to Japan to embark on a three year apprenticeship in the Mingei tradition studying under the eminent Mashiko artist Ryo Suzuki. In the following years she went on to work with established potters in France and the UK, eventually opening her own studio and Gallery in 2000 on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. In 2012 Maggie spent a year in France developing her practice, building a wood fired kiln and experimenting with the ancient Japanese technique of Raku. Her work is influenced by both the Japanese and European traditions of making. In recent years, Maggie has been exploring the potential of crystalline glazes.