I love working with clay. Its malleability makes it a completely expressive medium and a direct conduit of emotion to the finished piece. The process is complex and risky- the more you try, the more risky the outcome. But the best pieces are worth it.

I soak up visual information from ongoing art and design studies and from the natural beauty of Cape Cod. Curiosity about materials and firing methods leads to continuous exploration and experimentation, so each piece is unique and my anticipation of each kiln opening is high.

With a BFA from Boston University as a foundation, I studied ceramics intensively with Makoto Yabe at the DeCordova Museum School in Lincoln, MA, and at the Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard University.


Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis, MA, “Clay: Works by Cape Cod Potters”, juried exhibition, February-April 2009

Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA, “A Class Act: Collaborating in Clay”, March-June 2007

Cataumet Art Center, Cataumet, MA 2007-2009, ongoing

Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard, Annual Show and Sale Fall and Spring, 2006-2008

Concord Art Association, “Three Spaces”, juried exhibition, August 2004

DeCordova Museum School Gallery, juried exhibition, spring 2004


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