My work is focused on a range of functional ware. I explore traditional and contemporary aesthetics using porcelain and stoneware as the main material to produce my work. Most of my work is initially wheel-thrown, cut and then assembled using hand-building techniques. My aim is to explore three-dimensionality, emphasising the sense of volume, tension and expansion within a form. I am fascinated about how everyday objects can influence our cultural habits and create a relationship in someone’s life. For me, making is a continuous journey and an attempt to understand my present environment.
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