Growing up in a house surrounded by my mom’s ceramics and papier-mâché art … I was always intrigued by her amazing creations. I loved experimenting with different materials and crafts, whether it was drawing, paint-brushing or even building engines – there was always something to create, something to satisfy my never-ending curiosity and innovative desire.I studied Practical Engineering which I loved, but my passion for arts was still there, waiting for the right outlet. It was only later when I started experimenting with pottery. Initially I studied the basics of wheelthrowing and very quickly I fell in love with ceramic art. Once I mastered the basics, I went on to study the chemistry of clay and glaze and a whole new world was revealed for me to explore. My love for the art of ceramics grew bigger by the day and I started experimenting with new techniques and methodologies – moving on to larger and more complex forms as well as unique and exciting glazes – knowledge that I now share with my studies.Relentlessly researching, practising and experimenting, every day is a new and exciting adventure through my pottery journey.