Just before the covid lockdown, a friend offered me a ceramic class for my birthday. After three hours of pure joy, I knew I wanted to continue and I started to practice regularly.I actually went to art school when I was a teenager. Four times a week, I took drawing, painting and sculpture classes, and I discovered the very special feeling of spending hours in a workshop. I fell in love with sculpture: the contact with the earth, of course, but also the repetitive gestures, the feeling of freedom working with my hands and the high concentration required to achieve something. That feeling came back during that ceramic class.Also relevant is that I studied archaeology at university. During those five years, I was particularly interested in vessels as testimony of daily life in the past, how they give us information about habits, beliefs, the sense of aesthetics, but also about their use as containers for different types of food, oil, wine or other products. One of the many things I love about ceramics is that I can recreate this ancestral practice of creating vessels with my hands as well as explore the infinite creative potential of this medium.