For me, creativity happens in a hidden world beyond my conscious control, where I lose track of the passage of time. At these moments, the mind ceases its babble, and I merge with my work. This is the moment I perpetually seek, the very reason that I love to make pots. Clay is the medium through which I am centered and alive. I strive to make beautiful and useful objects, where the joy of the maker is passed on to the user of my work. I believe that objects made by the human hand have a magnetism that no machine made piece can duplicate.

Visit my website at My work is also available at Station Seven on Capitol Hill, (400 15th Ave. East, Seattle, 98112) and at Volunteer Market Cafe, (17th and Galer St., Seattle).

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