I don't know if anyone knows this, but I am obsessed with anything ceramics. I spontaneously signed up for my first class about a year ago, and it was love at first...wheel? It is now one of the few hobbies in my life that I can quite literally loose myself in. I can easily sit down at the wheel, put my headphones on, turn on a good album or podcast, and 5 hours will go by before I realize my knees have locked up and I need to walk around. It is the most meditative thing for me.
SO! When I found out that one of the locations I was going to be shooting at for the new Progressive campaign was Heath Ceramics, I was so giddy I could barely contain my excitement.
The studio was incredible. It was huge, and dusty, and quiet, with diffused light streaming in, in all the right places, and beautiful raw pieces everywhere waiting to be fired, gorgeous samples scattered all over the place, and...well, I could go on and on. It was an amazing work space
We spent a couple hours with Garrett, the mold makers, while he showed us his process.