Bridget established her first studio in South West Scotland, producing domestic stoneware. She now lives and works in Worcestershire and has used porcelain as her principal material since 1982.

With no formal training, her work has evolved from early influences of Chinese and Egyptian pottery. She throws a series of pots of similar shape, with new forms gradually emerging. Her shapes are classical in form and often decorated with rich geometric designs in gold and coloured lustres. The metallic lustres are applied on top of the porcelain glaze, building up layers of colour in several firings of the kiln. She also uses crackle glazes, some of which are fired in a flame kiln.

She has taken part in exhibitions in Great Britain, America and Saudi Arabia, where her work is in a number of private collections.

She is a member of the Craftsman Potters Association.