What is your creative process?
I usually start with an idea, image or feeling that brings me calm. My new collection is about silence and pays tribute to our own time: time to think, imagine and stop. I have a sketchbook where I write ideas and draw. Then I go on fine-tuning all the details of my pieces before creating.
How would you define your craft?
The process is entirely handcrafted from start to finish. My work aims to highlight the beauty of simplicity and the character of handmade objects by creating pieces that bring calm to their settings.
What makes your pieces distinctive?
Each one of my pieces is a unique expression. I made them carefully, using modelling techniques and the potter's wheel. It is a slow process in which I respect natural production times when designing, shaping, drying, firing and glazing them.
What are your sources of inspiration?
I like to observe everything around me and cultivate my sensitivity when perceiving the world. Travels, music, people and art inspire me. I am fascinated by the details of the objects I discover. In fact, these details are the ones that give personality to my handmade pieces.