The beauty in ageing and natural decay forms the basis of my inspiration. I am drawn to architectural ruins, weathered walls, fading wood, peeling paint and anything that bears the mark of time. Life is organic and I like to preserve that quality in my work as well.
In a world typically obsessed with the new and the perfect, I quite enjoy producing ceramics that appreciate and acknowledge inconsistencies. Produced in small batches, each piece is handmade by myself and intended to be cherished.
My work is mostly intuitive wherein I create layers of information using different techniques to intensify the details and complexities in design. The use of color, texture and form in my work is strongly influenced by the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi Sabi, a timeless idea that honors all things old, weathered, imperfect and impermanent.