Q: How would you describe your design aesthetic/ style?
A: I can describe my style as delicate yet subtle.
Q: What do you love most about ceramics?
A: The organic quality and how my body engages with the material.
Q: What are your inspirations? in general and for the selected piece.
A: My cup is a milk carton. I’m interested in the relationship between the human body and other nonorganic bodies that affect us, like the food industry.
Q: How long have you been making ceramics or other art in general?
A: All my life, but in academia, 8 years.
Q: What are you most excited about for this CSA season?
A: Every season is exiting, the whole environment of contribution and collaboration is what I like the most. For this season specifically is that my cup will be part of a collector or family or an individual who appreciates art.
Q: What are some other art related internships, demonstrations, gallery showings, or publications you have been involved with?
A: I have been involved in Art in Public Places, Art Fields, South Carolina school of medicine art collection, Tri State Org. demonstration, Young at art children Museum and Arts’ for Learning Miami, FL.