My wife, Lisa, and I moved to Farmington, Georgia in 1990 to open a potttery loosely based on the principles instilled in me as an apprentice in England during the 1970s.
Tempered by several years of art school and experience as an itinerant journeyman potter, my basic approach has been to steadily develop new shapes and surfaces, while maintaining a rhythmic flow of pots through the workshop.
I produce an extensive range of dinnerware, kitchen and tableware, individual pieces and some garden pots. All pots are made from durable stoneware or porcelain. About half of current output is wood fired.