“The main thing I do when I’m in the studio is fill up these shelves,” he says. “I get a little uncomfortable when they aren’t at full capacity, so I keep working.” For him, “working” involves nearly 30 hours a week at the potter’s wheel, throwing the painted vases and cups he’s become known for since he (officially) launched Workaday Handmade in 2013.
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“The main thing I do when I’m in the studio is fill up these shelves,” he says. “I get a little uncomfortable when they aren’t at full capacity, so I keep working.” For him, “working” involves nearly 30 hours a week at the potter’s wheel, throwing the painted vases and cups he’s become known for since he (officially) launched Workaday Handmade in 2013.