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My work expresses a dialogue with the vessel and its associations as container, a space defined by walls or boundaries, and the unapparent yet intimate relationship between the ceramic vessel and architecture – the enclosed spaces we eat out of and the enclosed spaces we inhabit.

In this context I like to give voice both to UTILITY and AESTHETICS, delighting in the exploration of forms as carriers of a personal narrative that encompasses both. 


Always the beauty of the forms stems from their simplicity and understatement, coupled with the tactility evoked by glazed surfaces that have undergone a trial by heat. I work in stoneware and porcelain, hand built or wheel thrown, fired to 1260 C.  Surface finishes are kept to the minimal, oxide slips and glazes intending to define the form rather than compete with it.​​

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