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For the majority of my life, I’ve lived and worked on my family’s dairy farm located near the town of Stanwood, Washington. I studied ceramics at Washington State University, earning my BFA in 2011 and a BS in Agricultural Economics in 2010. Between 2010 and 2011, I also worked as one of Beth Cavener Stichter’s… Read More
For the majority of my life, I’ve lived and worked on my family’s dairy farm located near the town of Stanwood, Washington. I studied ceramics at Washington State University, earning my BFA in 2011 and a BS in Agricultural Economics in 2010. Between 2010 and 2011, I also worked as one of Beth Cavener Stichter’s assistants in her studio in Garfield, Washington. I am currently a resident artist at Pottery Northwest.

My work has involved railroad trestles, barns, and most recently mine shafts and warehouses. Warehouse #1 is the first piece in this new series of work in which I am examining industrial interior spaces and structures. Referencing wood has been an underlying component throughout my work, regardless of the structures I create, and my color palette has been decidedly monochromatic to heighten the sense of perceived realism and function.
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