An Urn of Things that Embarrass Me (above) is a multimedia work that combines sound inside of a resonate ceramic urn to create something eery and somber. The sound piece is a cacophonous jumble of recordings of interviews I conducted from my time as a journalist, layered to the point that no single clip is audible. These clips hold a sense of guilt and loss for stories that, for the person living them, meant so much, but that I was forced to quickly squeeze into 500 words.
Salt-fired Teapot (above) is a wheel-thrown that was fired in a wood-salt kiln. Eye-bowl (below) is whee-thrown and covered in white slip, then decorated by carving into the slip and color added on top with underglaze.