I understand the studio as a living, reacting site of norms, informed by the context and content we feed it. I work with clay through actively not making pots, engaging critically with makers about how they make pots, and repurposing the material understanding my hands once absorbed through making pots by making sculpture that embodies and interrogates the problems I perceive in our world.

In the classroom and in life, I am interested in conversations around decolonizing craft practice, interrogating “core” beliefs and preferences, and reconstructing/reimagining myopic histories.