Porcelain pots are my medium of choice, but my training as a photographer and graphic designer fundamentally guides the creative process for me. Over the years, I’ve found pottery to be the medium that allows for the most crossover with other media I enjoy. Knitting, photography, drawing, painting, graphic design, woodworking, jewelry making… I have found enjoyment and expression in all of these areas throughout my life, but ceramic art has always been my true home. Clay genuinely offers infinite possibilities. Humans have been working with clay for literally tens of thousands of years. There are millions of ceramic artists alive today, working with all different kinds of clay, creating all sorts of forms both functional and non, using thousands of different techniques, firing to different temperatures in different atmospheres, creating new glaze recipes, enamels, and lusters, all of which results in a reality where no two handmade pots in all of history can ever be identical. I find the lack of confines to be exhilarating and terrifying at the same time, and that is the space in which I’ve chosen to create for the rest of my life.