I seek to marry form and function in the domestic space. Although dinnerware sets are commonplace in daily routines, the vessels I design prompt a casual yet refined consideration that emerges from their simplicity in form. They have a quiet presence, existing effortlessly in elegant functionality, with just enough beauty to be noticed but not demand attention. Utilitarian in nature, these objects also possess a soft, bodily exterior that welcomes intimate, human interaction while maintaining ergonomic comfort and appeal.
At their fullest potential, my objects enable serenity and beauty in a home. Whether in a simple stack of plates in the cupboard or the smell of a delicious meal coming from the kitchen, the clanking noise of dishes in the sink or two friends laughing over their cups of hot coffee, my pieces facilitate a seamless interaction between an admirably simple form and the back drop of everyday experience.Studio Number: 394