– I used to work with product development, but I’ve always been interested in creating. A few years ago, I decided to quit my job because I didn’t find it as inspiring and developing as before. During the pandemic, I attended ceramic-and colour theory courses, and it made me interested in creating more with clay. To be able to start exhibiting, selling more, and take control of the entire process, I built my own ceramic studio in my house in Gothenburg in 2022. Today, I’m working in stoneware clay, and I use traditional hand building techniques such as coiling, rolling, carving and pinching. I shape and hand-build utensils as well as artworks, so every object is handmade and one of a kind. My artistry is about constant development; I always seek new forms, patterns, techniques and ways of expression. I’m a perfectionist, but at the same time – I want the style of my creations to be somewhat imperfect. I think it gives life to the objects. It’s lovely to see when my objects interact with the viewer. I love it when the viewer wants to touch my objects and feel the energy, joy and care I’ve put into each object when they were created.