Deiniol was born and raised in Mid-Wales. He studied 3D Design at Manchester Metropolitan University where he specialised in ceramics. After graduating in 2005 he moved back to Wales where he established a workshop on the family farm in Devil's Bridge, near Aberystwyth.
In 2009 he relocated to Glossop, a small town on the edge of the Peak District. After a period away from ceramics, he set up a new workshop in 2013 and started in a new direction making earthenware tiles.
As well making tiles, he takes a selection of pots down to Wales about once a year to fire in the wood-firing kiln.
He also speaks Welsh.
- Tiles featured in an article on homify.in – ‘Cheap and beautiful: DIY Kitchen Work Station Ideas to Die For!’ 23 Feb 2016
- Ceramic Review - 'Following the Fire' - Article about Deiniol's current practice, written by Liz Mitchell (Jan/Feb 2015 issue 271)
- Appearing on the Welsh TV programme Mosgito on S4C (23rd June 2009)
- The Log Book - 'The Early Experiences of a New Woodfiring Practice' – Article written by Deiniol Williams (Feb 2009 issue37)
- Appeared on the Young Talent slot on the Welsh television program Y Sioe Gelf (The Art Show) on S4C (15th and 21st February 2006)
- Ceramic Review 'Lessons from a Master' - Article written by Deiniol about his experience on the Matsuzaki Ken course in North Wales (Nov/Dec 2005 issue 216)
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