How it began.
While doing a reportage in Tunisia, I saw the ceramicist Sabiha Ayari at work. It immediately hit my stomach, I felt the passion, it was almost pure jealousy, I wanted to be able to do that too. Once back home I started looking for a studio. I trained for years with ceramist Bie Van Gucht and various internships in ceramics, glazing and firing techniques.
It all started small, my first turntable was, much to my husband's annoyance, in the kitchen. But I found it blissful. I have since worn out hours on the turntable, the only way to learn. But every minute I enjoy it. It is also a fine way to connect, I find it blissful to attend master classes with renowned ceramists at home and abroad.