My love for pottery started at Barat College where I earned a degree in Studio Art. Living an artistic life was always something that called to me but life took me in a different direction. Somehow I always found the time here and there to make pots no matter where we lived and despite the other demands in my life. Moving to Michigan in 2009 meant that I could participate in classes, join workshops and pursue independent study at local clay studios. It meant that I could sustain my practice in clay and find my own voice artistically.
I love simplicity, authenticity and the natural world. Playing with clay has led me to work with handbuilding techniques with an interest in form, texture and color. My work can be functional but is often more decorative.