My practice explores ceramic materials; recycled clay and layered feldspars to respond to life’s experiences.


These material interactions examine the social dialogues we have, engaging the body as a mirrored reference, subject and tool.   

Using clay I search for an intermediary state of the self, breaking down forms and congesting surfaces to transform the memory of body into an inanimate object.

Investigating disfigurement between the conscious mind and the body I construct objects made on the potters wheel.

Using various supporting domestic artifacts such as blankets and furniture reflect time and environments that human experience can act in.