I have always been fascinated by ceramics, but my true passion for art began with a job transfer to Singapore nineteen years ago.
I was lucky enough to meet a number of great artists and teachers, who helped me weave my feelings
into a creative process.
Inspired by the possibility of turning mud into art, I chose to study Ceramics at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Art.
I then gave up my professional career, and returned home
to Sydney, to open my very own studio, Artnest.
In a world of modern rationalism, anything that appeals to the senses and feelings excites me.
I like to work with a variety of clays and use a number of surface decoration techniques. Every piece teaches me something new about the art of pottery.
I love the unpredictability of this medium;
I feel as though each piece develops its own personality as it's created and this needs to be embraced, not fought with.