I think of my pottery as art with which you will employ. They are functional pieces which are placed in the home to add beauty and create pause. My pieces are unassuming, inviting the viewer to move into a space of emotion. I rely on our desires for beauty, grace, and seduction of the simple and reserved.
The work thus far has used the frame of simplicity to propose a sense of modernity, and in the process, point to obvious callings for daily use. I have found the existence of routine and effortlessness to be useful in the rearranging of perceived ideals. The objects I make are placed in the home creating visible beauty in everyday objects. My projects are grounded in patience while living in the moment.