The Beginning:

I took my first official pottery course at the University of New Hampshire in 2010, where I was studying to become an Art Teacher. Honestly, I found clay to be very difficult to work with (and sometimes to this day, I still do). For the sake of needing to pass the course, and also not wanting to give up, I forced myself to get along with clay and the wheel. I used my frustrations and struggles as a way to fuel my work.

My mindset in the pottery studio transformed over time into one that was open, forgiving, positive, and focused. 

carving mountains into a planter


I have been teaching Ceramics, Sculpture, Jewelry, and Crafts in NH since 2014. Teaching is a passion, and something that I find very rewarding. I also find making my own art, and having others enjoy it, a very rewarding process. After getting a few years of teaching under my belt, I officially started my little pottery business in March of 2017. In my first year I rented studio space in Manchester, NH, at Studio 550.
It was here where I was able to focus on my own craft, surrounded by supportive and inspirational artists every day.
I thank everyone who has supported me that first year. Because of you, in 2018 I was able to start my next venture- building a studio in the basement of my new home. Morgan Fisher, my now husband and carpenter, worked tirelessly to create a 200 sq ft space to house all the needs of a pottery studio. I could not have done this without him. 
hanging out in the studio

In the Future: 

One day, I will become a full time potter.

I will have an open studio where locals can come and shop in person and perhaps even try making something on the wheel. A space that is centered around community and a love for all things art and pottery.

I am driven to make Art that you want to pick up, use, and enjoy.  Art that serves a purpose, has a function, and that will also look beautiful in your home.