I am a workshop type of person, playing with mud is a blessing. I’m always a little nervous when I set foot in the studio. How will clay respond today, will my hands be inspired? Then, inmistakebly, rhythm settles in and bowls, mugs, plates, bottles tajines and others slowly take shape… Thinking gives way to throwing, and throwing is playing.
I have learned my trade with potters from as various places as France, Japan, Guatemala and Québec. And although my work rellies on tradition it is nonetheless very actual. I try to throw vigourous forms and I use colorfull glazes. I’m a day-to-day potter, but everyday should be a feast. Quite simply.