As a potter, I strive to craft a balance between dynamic surface and inviting form. When I began working in clay, the act of centering the clay and the constant act of striving for symmetry was an exciting challenge. As I’ve become comfortable with the act of centering clay on the wheel, I’ve found a lot of satisfaction and depth in making intentional gestures and modifications to my forms. The enticing forms I strive to create serves as a conduit to heighten one’s perception and sensitivity about what a pot can be. Essentially, I aim to produce well-crafted functional objects that provide lasting experiences and moments of pause in day-to- day life.