All the work is stoneware, fired to 2100° F in a reduction-fired kiln. The glazes use oxides from manganese and copper for colors from silver-black to purple-blues and green. The surfaces are semi-matte to very dry sculptural glazed surfaces.
I use a wax resist technique for decorating some work, which achieves graphic, hard-edge patterns. Most of my work is decorative as opposed to utilitarian and involves platters and plates for two-dimensional exploration. It also involves bowls and vessels for exploring three-dimensional ideas.
Teapots, a special interest of mine, have evolved into signature pieces, which are included in many collections throughout the world.