Raised in Wyoming, in the early 1980's I moved to Arizona where I reside with my family.

As an artist, I have had a life long fascination with nature, its fragility and its timelessness. Clay embodies this complexity - its delicate malleability when wet, to its permanence when fired. When hand and clay meet an earthly dialogue commences, a return to the beginning. Clay is my language; nature's gifts, mythology and the whimsy of everyday life are my muse.

I am a tactile person by nature; my work is designed to be enjoyed with hand and eye. Potters leave their impressions in the clay; while masked, our fingerprints still remain. Though fragile, my work is textured to invite you to place your hands where mine have been.