The fundamental inspiration for my tableware comes from nature, especially “the microscopic world”. I adore the organic shape and patterns in an invisible world such as cells, genes and microorganisms, and I aim to translate them into my work, and bring extraordinary vibes into an ordinary everyday life. During my MA course, I did some user research on visually impaired people, and since then how you would feel when your hands come into contact with the work has become a part of the things I consider. The idea of pile-up dotting technique I often use for decoration has actually come from there. I also use lots of spikes. They are an area of investigation and to create tension, fragility and flows.