I grew up in an artistic family in the Montreal area, where I attended the Fine Art programme at John Abbott CEGEP. Attracted to clay from an early age, I moved to Toronto in 1978 to study at OCAD to explore design and mold-making techniques related particularly to ceramics.
Over the years my work has covered a diverse range, including a large-scale wall installation in a private residence, design and production of an award for an international cosmetics company, and café au lait bowls and espresso cups and saucers for use in a local coffee roastery.
I continue to create ceramic sculpture and sculptural vessels as well as limited edition utilitarian ware, and commissioned tile murals and back splashes. I also teach pottery and art to children and adults.
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