I started working on the wheel in 2000 while studying ceramics at Nassau Community College with Bill Shillalies.
I create vessels and forms that focus on alternative surfaces and the atmospheric effects in an electric kiln. In my work the consideration of surface and form are equivalent. As a potter I am drawn to forms that challenge my abilities and understanding of clay. The Art and craft of working in ceramics calls for a lifetime of dedication and study and I am excited to continue my journey.