Sheng  inspirations are mainly from his relationship with the fluid nature of melting glass and  his fascination by the way  air bubbles can be  entrapped between layers of glass. He express these qualities in his drinking vessels where he also speaks about the drinking culture differences between Taiwan and UK and the relationship between an object’s functionality and it’s aesthetic.

Sheng is a Master in Ceramic & Glass at the Royal College of Art, London.


Education/ Workshop

  • MA Ceramics & Glass (postgraduate)

Royal College of Art,2010-2012

  • West Dean College Katharine Coleman

Glass Engraving course (scholarship), January 2012

  • Pilchuck Glass School

Benjamin Moore & Adam Holtzinger, Venetian Foundation course (scholarship)-August 2011

  • Hot Glass Techniques (Level 2&3)  

The Bournemouth & Poole College,September 2009~July 2010

  • Communication Art (Film, TV, Radio) BA Degree         

Chau Yong University of Technology (Taiwan),March 2001~ September 2004

  • Summer painting course  

The Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts (China), August 1998~September 1998


Work Experience

  • Peter Layton London Glassblowing 

Assistant,February 2010~ present

  • Simon Moore Studio

Assistant, September 2010~ Present

  • History of glass museum Taiwan                    

Assistant teacher,July 2007- October 2007

  • Tittot Museum Taiwan   

Tutor,April 2007- July 2007


Teaching Experince

  • Bucks new University

Tutor for First year students,February 2012~ March 2012