The rough coast line of Bornholm, that rises from the Baltic Sea with it's dramatic granite rocks. The thunder of the waves crashing against the cliffs.

The endless beaches of white sand with coarse grass and soft dunes that fall like heavy blankets over the landscape. The way the sand tickles your skin on a windy autumn day.

The dark forest in the dusk, the feeling of the cold humid air you breathe and the way the sound of your steps disappear in the soft moss.


The materials are high fired stoneware and porcelain, and especially the surface of the ceramics fascinates me. It is the first meeting between the hardness of the object and the softness of the skin, that holds my attention. The tactile detail of the glaze, the small but considerable difference between rough and smooth. 

It is my intention to create objects that make you want to touch and want to keep. We sense with our whole bodies, and the expectation that is built up by the sight  is released by the touch of the skin.