"My love for pottery started during my time at Metropolitan State College of Denver where I got my BFA in communications design in 2002. Taking a craft course was a requirement, so I decided to try my hands at clay. I loved everything about it, the studio life, the chemistry of glazes, and the whole process of forming clay into a finished pot for use in your day to day life.
After graduating, I joined ceramic classes/studios wherever I lived to continue practicing while working as a graphic designer, English instructor in Japan, and substitute teacher. I learned from great potters in Colorado, California, and Japan. After getting all my ducks in a row, I finally decided to make the leap to pursue pottery full time in 2013.
My constant curiosity and inquisitive nature helps drive me to passionately improve my skill and design in clay. Every pot is made from scratch with my hands, the wheel, and tools for throwing, trimming and glazing. My body, mind, and hands can only work as fast as a normal human. I wish I had superwoman powers though and more time in the day"- Kim Hau