My Story

During college in Southern California, my roommates and I took a half-day wheel throwing class together. I immediately fell in love with the art form and always knew I would pursue pottery after graduation when I had more money and time.

I moved to the Bay Area in 2018 for a new job, and wanted a creative outlet that I could build a community around. After connecting with a local pottery studio, I enrolled in their 8-week wheel throwing workshop and truly never looked back! 

After my workshop, I became a studio member and spent most of my free time there. During peak quarantine in 2020, I bought a used wheel from my studio and continued throwing at home. I even loaded up my wheel and traveled down the coast of California with it while I was caretaking for a family member!

Since moving to New York, I’ve experimented with many different shapes and glazes in my Brooklyn pottery studio. Pottery is a meditative art form for me, which is what I love most about it, especially expression through clay. I’m proud of the work I’ve developed and I’m excited to share it with you. 

Thanks so much for stopping by!

A few more pictures...