Charity Davis-Woodard has been making pots consistently for about sixteen years. She prefers to make pieces scaled for table or kitchen use, as those are the pots most likely to become or an active part of the daily household. Bowls, lidded containers, drinking vessels, vases, and a number of different pouring pots comprise the majority of her output. Her fascination with the details of life shows up in her pots. Her aesthetic development is deeply rooted in her family's rustic contemporary home in the woods where she grew up. Her primary materials are porcelain clay, kaolin slips, and a small number of glazes, and she fires her wood-burning kiln approximately six times a year.