Artist, exploring the human condition and working in clay.
There is a simple pleasure in learning, especially when it’s unexpected. In my work I sift through the overlooked, searching for simple actions that allow something to be new again.
My interest in clay lies in how it effortlessly endures our relentless exploitation of it. For thousands of years clay has recorded our history, giving us shelter, allowed us to cook and store food and today ceramic fabric keeps our satellites safe in outer space. Yet with all these demands, it remains so humble that a child can make a cup in minutes.
Currently working in New York