It started when I first tried to sell a mud pie. I wondered why adults ate pies made of mud, but adults were weird and if that’s what they like then I was going to make it and sell it. Since then I’ve gotten myself a design education at Parsons in NY, where I learned that adults are still weird and a bunch of other stuff about design. I’ve traveled around the globe designing for some big wigs and some little wigs, too. I’ve designed a bunch of stuff with birds before Portlandia pointed it out. I’ve designed stuff that I love and some not so much. In the end my love for playing around in the mud never completely went away as I’ve spent the good part of my adult life playing in fancy porcelain mud, and I’m back to making stuff with my hands. Everything in my line is made one at time, slowly like it’s been done for centuries. Nothing is perfect because no one is perfect and that’s how I like it.