Australian handmade fine porcelain pieces. 

Bringing a little luxury to our every day.


Artist's Brief

Thank you for visiting! I'm an Australian potter living in beautiful Brisbane, Queensland. 

I particularly enjoy making functional fine porcelain pieces that celebrate the joy that flowers and plants can bring to our daily rituals at home. My range runs the gamut from mugs, snack plates and small bowls through to large centerpiece vases, teapots and serving platters.

I enjoy working with porcelain for its translucency and lightness. I like to use a surface decorating technique called "mishima", whereby I carve whimsical botanical illustrations that I then in-fill with a stained slip and hand-paint the accents (fruit, flowers, leaves and so forth) afterwards. All of my pieces are food-safe.

I have an engineering background, so I tend to prefer functional forms that start with good, fundamental design principles. After being frustrated at not finding good, locally sourced tungsten carbide pottery trim tools I decided to make my own - if you're a potter, check out

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It's only 10 degrees outside, so I'm making tea in my new mug. I wanted to let you know it arrived safe & sound (and fast). It's beautiful...I love it. I was at my sister's-in-law over Thanksgiving, and she had the same one in her cupboard (a gift from a co-worker). I wanted one of my own the moment I saw it. I love anything citrus (it reminds me of sunshine) & I' am fond of art that has a form that meets function. Your work is incredible. & your engineering background is evident in your designs.

Amazing! This mug is both functional and beautiful – it has a gorgeously textured and hand crafted feel, great colour scheme (works well with our décor), as well as delicate features that make drinking from it more pleasurable. The contoured mouthpiece and thumb-grip make it easy to handle and my coffee almost vanishes a bit too quickly! Luckily, a refill is only a few minutes away

Juni was my first ceramics instructor, and has been so influential I have now joined a pottery co-op so I can be creative whenever the mood strikes! As an instructor, she is very patient and willing to help when you need it, but will also stand back and have you try it on your own without interference. She is supportive of students trying different methods, and wants to hear what they are interested in making during lessons. Her pieces are lovely and unique (I own several!). Highly recommend both as an instructor, and as a professional artist you should start collecting from!