I am a Vancouver based ceramics artist who explores glaze materials and effects in sculptural and functional forms. I am a recent graduate from Emily Carr University of Art + Design and the project editor of Seeking the Nuance: Glaze Experiments from the Ceramic Studios at UBC, a collaboration with Glenn Lewis and Debra Sloan. As an Artist-in-Residence with the Vancouver School Board, based at Tupper Secondary School, I have developed a series of glazes that support students of all ages to discover the potential of surface design. In other residencies, students and colleagues push their artistic boundaries and the limits of their imagination. For the past three years I have been the raku-meister at the Raku Summit, a meeting of ceramic artists who gather to work together and talk about their artist practice. My work is in public and private collections as well as auctioned at galas and fundraisers. Recent exhibitions include Spottery (Gallery of BC Ceramics), Interior Design Show West and In the Palm of a Hand: BC to Japan Touring Exhibition.





Seeking the Nuance Press Release

American Potters Council


Potters Guild of BC