Being actively curious is how I approach the planning and making of my artistic work.
Curious of materials, effects, processes, and 'what if...' moments. As curiosity has led me through
traditional ceramic making methods, curiosity has brought me towards integrating digital technologies
with handcrafted methodologies and I am fascinated how the processes influence one another. Hand-made
properties guide the digital and the digital technology controlling the physical material. I envision these works
a collaboration of physical and digital tools used to create a hand-made digitally influenced object. Admittedly,
labeling an object to be 'digitally hand-made' leaves me with a good excited chuckle. After that quick laugh and
enjoyment of self-satisfaction, I return to serious enough contemplation that reinforces my artistic drive.