Growing up with an artistic mother, I seemed to be always making things. So upon entering college I became a ceramics major - fun, joy, loved it! But around my junior year I panicked thinking that I had to major in something that would translate into a "real" career. I graduated from LSU with a BA in Political Science and the funny thing is that 15 years later, here I am working as a full-time ceramic artist! I can’t believe my luck - making my living doing something I love!
Two themes permeate my work: Architecture - I can spend days walking down the same streets, noticing new details on buildings and I love being able to express that in my artwork; and Animals - I love all creatures and enjoy interpreting them in clay often with a whimsical view! Working in clay makes all things possible and I am only limited by own creativity.
Member, Louisiana Crafts Guild.