I have been involved in ceramics ever since taking a local recreation center class that captured me so much I dropped out of law school. I jumped into clay full time and was a production studio potter for 8 years before going back to school for a business degree and a corporate job.
But as anyone knows who has been touched by the frustration and magic of clay, the desire to create, share and explore that medium never goes away. I am now working primarily with a raku kiln as my means of firing and this has lead me to into an entirely new world of form and surface finish. The spontaneity of glaze to finished piece allows for more freedom of experimentation than the traditional high fire process.
Concentrating on one of a kind vessels in a far road from my production beginnings but a more enriching and creative process.