Feelings, people, music I listen, a poem I read, my emotional mood can be my inspirer.
Although I reflect my works in organic and abstract forms as an artist of today, the legacy left to me by the ancient past of ceramics in the Anatolian lands I live in gives me a special strength while working.
Converting the forms that I create into different sizes, proportions and variations expands my horizon and makes me feel free as a soul. Every form reveals and evokes an another form.
The creative process of clay and surprises that come with it is like a journey where you will discover so many experiences and feelings. For this reason, I believe that every effort and always being on a journey is very meaningful and precious.
I was born in 1986, İzmir, a beautiful Aegean city of Turkey.
I studied Interior Architecture and Environmental Design at Bilkent University. After graduation I worked as an interior architect for six years.
My academic discipline has been an important factor molding my perception and vision of art, but I met ceramic much earlier than that as a twelve years old. I tried to develop myself mostly by experiment, but also had the opportunity to be student of various valuable artists.
This interest that started as a childhood hobby gradually turned into a passion and became a big part of my life and my primary area of self-expression.
I continue my works at my studio in İzmir.