Their roundness, their tangibility, and their never ending practicality, where form grows out of function, are the qualities that attract me most. I love the simplicity in their shape and decoration that comes out of the repetitiveness of a well mastered tradition. I make pots from a low fire clay, I coil them into a round shape, I polish them with sea pebbles. I fire them in an electric kiln or in an open fire-pit or in both. I always hope to make my clay speak to me of an ancient human industry that from the elements of earth and fire created the pot which in endless incarnations has served our daily needs and feeds our sense of beauty.