About Me

I received by BFA in Art from Dana College in 2001. While there I took two semesters of ceramics with Tom Hubbel and fell in love with the process of turning earth into form and beauty. In 2002, I took on a six month apprenticeship with Tony Winchester, in Hollandale, Wisconsin. Since then, I have built my own wood-fired kiln, and fired several others, including the two-chamber anagama-style kiln at Adamah Studios of Bethel Horizons.

I live by the seasons. I am also an organic farmer, so in the summer, I'm outside, working the earth into vegetables and fruit. When the sun recedes into the south, I retreat indoors, and work the earth into pots. For me, the conversation is ongoing. I hope, through my work, I can share this with you.