Matthew Chambers gained an M.A. in Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art, Kensington, London in 2004.
His inspirations include geometric and optical art, constructivist themes, and modern architecture and design. He explores the interests in abstract, making mathematically constructed sculptures that are each built up of many different wheel-thrown sections. These sections are joined together to make complex rhythm patterns that convey individual properties of space, light, and colour. He aims to make each piece unique, sustaining an abstract and rhythmical beauty from the pattern of its own shapes.