“I love the connection handmade objects create between the hands that make them and the hands that use them.”
Megan was first introduced to ceramics while completing her degree in Communication Design at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design and thoroughly hated it (the mess! the patience! the emotions!) She wandered back to it in 2017 though after 15 years as a graphic designer in search of community and a tactile creative process and found love in the mud (could still do without the mess though...)
She creates wheel-thrown, functional ceramics. Her work reframes familiar forms in a minimal way, with warm finishes and quiet details.
Megan lives near the forest outside Vancouver, BC with her partner, 3 littles and Harold, the refugee pheasant.
Image by The Godards Photography