I have been making clay objects by hand since 2006, when I bought a used potter’s wheel and my first kiln. I am mostly self-taught. I learned my own technique by watching and reading, mostly on the Internet. It took me about 10 years of constant work to be able to say that I have mastered the craft. There were a lot of mistakes, however, you learn from mistakes. Every mistake led me to new knowledge and opened new doors for new actions. I like ceramics because they are stable. It has its own laws that must be followed, yet it allows playing. The possibilities are limitless when approached it with respect. It requires constant work, study and experiment. I try to make ceramics that are not perfect, I am inspired by imperfection, I like when you can see the trace of the human hand and when each object is special for itself. Each piece I created was different from the other, and therefore unique, just like the people are.