My education in ceramics began in 2009 at a community art center. What started as a weekly two hour lesson became a full day at the studio. Then it was twice a week. Then three times. Quickly realizing this was something I was meant to be doing full time, I moved to a studio where I could rent out space and have more freedom. I was given a key to the studio after the owner saw me waiting most mornings, eager to start my day. I began to help with kiln unloads and mixing glazes. Eventually the line from student to teacher began to blur when I started covering for beginner's classes.
Finally, in 2015, I achieved my dream of owning my own studio. With every bag of fresh clay and with every firing, my love and knowledge for the art grows. I seek out chances to learn new techniques in order to continuously grow as an artist.
All my work is done in small batches, which gives me the
opportunity to focus on the details of each piece.