" I suspect what keeps me engaged in the making of pots is the rich, complex process of ceramics. The materials, kilns, firings, and the rhythm of the studio have become a comfortable part of my life, almost akin to a refuge.
I tend to make complex pots, not understated in form or surface. An interplay between shape and decoration creates a visual tension which I find compelling. By thinking of pottery as an avenue to explore color, line, surface and form, I have discovered a wellspring of inexhaustible creative opportunities."