My ideal studio would definitely be much larger than what I have now. Simple, minimalist, green design. Great natural light. Big sink. Big work table. Big wall. Whitewashed. A place where paint can be spilled, nothing fussy.
The building is old and charming, and by the time I climb the four flights of stairs, I feel that I have entered a calmer environment. No matter what is going on in my life, I always walk into my studio space feeling relieved to be there.
My studio is a huge warehouse with splendid view in Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY, which I share spaces with five other artists. I’ve been living in New York almost four years now, and discovered the area from other groups of artists who worked there.
My studio is in Giggleswick, North Yorkshire, UK. I have access to a sunny ceramics studio as part of a one-year residency program facilitated by a lovely old school that was founded in the sixteenth century.
“The best part about my studio is the freedom of having my own space to do as I please. I enjoy not having to worry about creating an unholy mess and the chance to make radical alterations at 1 in the morning after a trip to the pub.”