I am fortunate to make my living as an artist, sharing my visions in a medium to which I feel deeply connected. I currently focus on one-of-a-kind hand-carved trompe l’oeil ceramic sculptures that have been awarded and exhibited in galleries and museums from coast to coast and in Asia.
Works are included in many public collections, including among others The Mint Museum, The Carnegie Museum and The Everson Museum of Art. Many recognized private collections contain work including the Kamm Teapot Foundation – the world’s largest teapot collection.
Pieces have been contributed to over 80 exhibitions and have appeared on the covers of AmericanStyle and Pottery Making Illustrated, and in the pages of Ceramics Monthly, Modern, NICHE, Clay Times, The Crafts Report and Ceramic Art (Taiwan), as well as in 500 Teapots, Volume 2 and other art books. Works have been represented at TEFAF: Maastricht, Design Miami, SOFA Chicago, Renwick Alliance auctions and the Smithsonian Craft Show.