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Ceramics Professor. Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe, NM. August 2001 - Current. Teaching students in “Fundamentals of Clay” the basic hand-building skills and basic wheel throwing techniques in “Wheel Throwing 1.” Both classes are taught several different firing techniques and well as how to mix their own clay and discuss their work critically.

Ceramics Teacher. Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, NM. Sept. 2010 - Current. Teaching students of all levels various hand-building techniques and wheel skills.

Ceramics Continuing Ed. Professor. SUNY, New Paltz, NY. September 1993 - May 1995. Taught students at all levels of ability ceramic skills using hand-building and wheel thrown techniques. Introduced glaze formulation and application. Taught several different firing techniques including pit fire and raku.

Internship to College Teaching. SUNY, New Paltz, NY. August - December 1994. Taught beginning students the fundamentals of hand-building and wheel techniques in the “Basic Ceramics” college course with Professor Mary Roehm.

Apprentice / Student. Toshiko Takaezu, Quakertown, NJ. August 1992 - August 1993. Assisted in the operation of world-renown ceramicist, Toshiko Takaezu’s studio. Stacked and fired kiln, mixed glazes, mixed and wedged clay, and maintained studio. Produced own work and received critiques. Organized Annual Thanksgiving Exhibition, consisting of five artists.