Lee-Ann fell in love with making pottery the first time she touched clay. Why? Because pottery goes hand in hand with her other life passions like cooking, entertaining and nature.
Making pottery since 2005, Lee-Ann prefers to throw pots on the wheel. She works mostly with stoneware and porcelain clays and fires her work in an electric kiln. Through workshops with the Kawartha Potters’ Guild, Lee-Ann has also tried her hand at different kiln firing techniques including Raku and Soda.
Passionate about cooking and entertaining, Lee-Ann enjoys creating dishes for the kitchen, oven and table as well as for home décor. Formerly from the province of Québec (oui je parle français) and Northern Ontario, Lee-Ann has a special appreciation for the outdoors. Her country home near Norwood, Ontario, is nestled in a small pine grove, and her 70 acre woodlot is a constant source of inspiration. When she is not doing pottery, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, fishing, long walks with her puppy dog and curling up on the sofa with her feline friend Boscoe.