Lustered Raku Vases, Jars, Plates.
Stoneware Yarn Bowls, Mugs, T-Pots

I make pottery with the hope and anticipation that my pots will invite use.
As a potter I can only set-up parameters from the choice of clays and materials to the making and finishing allowing the nature of the flame to complete the process. My best work seems to make itself, when the acquired knowledge and intuition of material and fire is allowed to take over.
The process is complete when the pot is held in the hand, connecting the maker to the user as a subtle form of communication and enough reason for me to make pots again.