After graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology I pursued a career in Advertising Production. But a pottery class at Parsons lead me on a different path. I felt an instant connection to clay and was compelled to learn more about it. I went and studied with many potters exploring various techniques and felt most connected to porcelain and the Japanese aesthetic.  Food presentation on artfully hand made tableware.

During this clay focused journey, I was offered an opportunity to teach adult ceramics classes at the Silvermine School of Art for 10 years. During that time I built my Westport, CT studio and designed and developed my line of porcelain and glass tableware inspired by nature and food.  My work has been sold in many Fine Craft venues including museum shops, Craft Shows and retailers throughout the USA.  My designs have been featured in a tableware project with Anthropologie and was sold in all of their stores in the US and abroad.  I continue to grow as an artist and designer inspired by the community that serving food to family and friends brings to the table.IMG_8728