modern blue and white pieces on porcelain and stoneware, designed to coordinate but not exactly match. I design these pieces to work with each other and with your own blue and white collection. Created with a nod to tradition in form, design, and color, this collection leans towards contemporary simplicity for a classic style you'll love to use.
a monthly series of botanicals drawn for the pages of my sketchbook, these bowls come in a wide shallow form and a deep noodle bowl, as well as trinket dishes, tumblers, mugs, and teacup/saucer combos
hand-painted interpretations of blue willow transferred into silkscreen. Each piece is screened by hand and enhanced by sgraffito and a single line of Chinese tissue paper transfer in ultramarine blue.
this floral and avian inlay pattern is adapted from 19th century French transferware.
handmade oyster plates are built from porcelain slabs formed over a handmade bisque mold. Each oyster is based on an actual oyster shell from Downeast Maine, North Carolina’s Outer Banks, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Memphis map: these handbuilt pieces feature the impression of a hand-carved block of the map of Memphis, Tn, including all major waterways, two of our large urban parks, and all major roads of Memphis and its suburbs.
happy bird inspired by early 20th century commercial china.
11" faux bois dinner plates
Asian floral pattern on cups and serving pieces
a mix of blue and white cake plates, both contemporary and traditional
16 x 12 x 2 faux bois platter
porcelain honeycomb cafe au lait cups- for beverages and soups
faux bois cake plate or pedestal stand
Created with a nod to classic English Ironstone crockery, this line was created with the food enthusiast in mind. Its purpose is to highlight the colors and textures of the food and flowers that grace your table- for everyday use or for your guests. Simple lines enhanced with fingerprint fluting, these pieces will coordinate with your existing tableware, whether contemporary or antique. All food safe, top rack dishwasher safe, and oven/limited microwave safe.
the speckled stoneware version of my modern ironstone
custom work for individuals, organizations, and businesses
cups, ramekins, small plates for Tart, a patisserie and coffee shop in Memphis, 2014
custom dinnerware, 2010
custom luncheon set, 2012
gift ware for Grace St. Luke school, Memphis TN
tile work, custom made
HOPE vases for St. Jude Children's Hospital Garden Harvest Party, 2011
personalized baby gift, 2011
sweet speckled aqua slip-coated work on stoneware and porcelain in full place settings, cups, mugs, vases, and nest-topped canisters (from sugar to honey to larger sizes). The color and intensity of the aqua slip varies from piece to piece due to the handmade nature of the slip and its application. Like most of my work, these pieces are meant to coordinate with one another but not match exactly.
Bird's egg and nest tiny bowls. The inside is coated in speckled aquaslip; the exterior is textured iron oxide stain. The entire piece is glazed for food safety and durability with clear gloss and satin glaze.