Path and Inspiration My ceramic vessels are hand built by coiling and slabbing. The pots and their form, is more often than not, asymmetrical, occasionally with the juxtaposition of sharp lines and soft curves. The most important aspect of the work to me is making something which is unique to hand building. My inspirations are drawn from very early pottery. I use an earthenware clays and make my own glaze.
Process and Practice They are made in small series and are one-offs, each one slightly different due to my hand building methods. The making process takes a long time as each piece is hand built using coils and slabs. I use a white groggy clay which is suitable for hand building.I use my own glazes which have been developed over time. Pieces are fired to 1100 C.