My process is fueled by production most of the time. A typical week for me looks like: throwing on Monday and Tuesday, cleaning and loading in bisque Wednesday, Glazing Thursday, unloading and sorting Friday. Essentially from start to finish it takes a piece of my pottery a week to develop. I use two different clay bodies in my work, a brown clay that looks awesome with blue hued glazes. And a white clay that is classic and timeless. My craft was born out of necessity after the passing of my boss and mentor at the pottery studio I worked at. I learned quickly how to throw a mass amount of mugs to complete outstanding orders during that time. It was a crash course in running a pottery, that I chose to continue. The thing I like most about making pottery is the fact that this clay that I'm working with used to be mountains, long ago. So basically I'm a wizard, sculpting this ancient stone into modern day ware. Whoa!! Too deep for ya? But anyway, I am moved by the fact that this is an old craft and I am carrying it on. Another part of the process I enjoy is slip trailing. You'll notice alot of my mugs have line drawings/lettering on them. Simple lines and letters have always been my favorite things to draw. Who knew all of those doodles on my school notes are now turning a profit, crazy! I'm glad you took the time to read this and would love to make something special for you, enjoy.