Potter, long-distance hiker, soon-to-be mother. At this moment, probably dancing somewhere in the valley of the highest mountains on the East Coast she calls home. With soil flecked with shimmering mica, a pristine river runs through a valley whispering with song and ritual in western
North Carolina. She lives in a tiny house fashioned from a renovated RV with her partner, Sean. They are expecting a child at the end of December.
Copper Wilds is a small, handmade business that operates out of a handmade building called the Old Mushroom Factory. Across the tiny one-lane bridge, tucked deeply in the woods, her studio is a co-creative space for crafts and wildcrafts of all kinds. It is an apothecary, a pottery studio, and a gathering place for community and art.
All shipping materials are biodegradable, recyclable, or can be used as tinder in a woodburning stove. Always looking for more ways to be sustainable, regenerative, and as local as possible, you can also find her work (and smiling face!) at the Saturday Market in Burnsville, NC.