I worked as a waitress and bartender at The Meatball Shop for many years, and the owners Dan and Mike always took me back after I quit to support my art, then ran out of money and came back. So it means a great deal to me to be able to make these light fixtures for Mike's new venture, Seamore's. The food is delicious, which is not a surprise -- if you're in NYC, go!
I had so much fun with Thing Industries making these tiny porcelain animals to identify different cheeses on a cheese board. Thanks for asking me to do it!
Thanks to West Heritage for asking me such thoughtful questions for this interview!
¡Gracias a TENMAG por hacerme el honor de ser el primer artículo idioma español sobre mi trabajo!
Thanks so much to Bloomberg Businessweek for visiting my temporary LA studio to check out my threads!
I've been working for months on a collection of work commissioned by Bruichladdich. Last summer I went on a road trip from New York to New Mexico, making stops all along the way to visit the factories that produce my clay and glazes, meet other potters, and collect raw materials that I was hoping to integrate into my pots. Then I visited the Bruichladdich distillery in Islay, a tiny island off the coast of Scotland, where every single ingredient for their whisky is sourced. Their attention to detail and quality really resonated with me. I made a body of work inspired by these two trips and I'm excited to share it with you! Please RSVP email@example.com if you would like to attend. Thank you!