I came to clay as a second vocation. For 10 years I taught high school biology and I cultivated a love for helping others explore the world while also encouraging scientific inquiry.
When I left teaching I returned to the classroom as a student at Haywood Community College completing an Associates Degree in Professional Crafts.
From there I moved to Floyd, Virginia and worked as an apprentice to Silvie Granatelli, studio potter. I am now in the process of setting up my Wrenn Pottery studio and building a life as a studio potter in Floyd, Virginia. I also teach pottery at a local community arts center in Roanoke, VA.
My pottery is made of porcelain clay and is fired in a gas kiln to cone 10. All pots are safe for microwave, dishwasher and oven.