(Aka: Referring to yourself in third person is weird)
I’m not exactly sure how long clay has been stuck to me...
As far back as I can remember, I've enjoyed being able to make things. As a child with limited resources to build with, I had dreamed of somehow using the earth and dirt around me to build all that I could conceive of. I tried to work with clay a few times when I was younger, but I could only make a mess and lost interest quickly. I believe that what drew me back to using clay later in life was it's seemingly limitless versatility and ability to undergo drastic changes.
I hold a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in Ceramics and Printmaking. Additionally, I have been working professionally in multiple aspects of the ceramic world for roughly 10 years, with a great number of these years having worked in the world of production ceramics. I was most recently a teacher and the studio manager of The Clay Underground in San Francisco, California.
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