Though you’d never guess it from the breadth and depth of his work, Tim See didn’t find steampunk; it found him.  See recalls an interaction at a craft show several years ago: “Someone said, ‘you know, that kind of looks like steampunk.’ And I said, ‘What’s steampunk?’”

A ceramic artist for now over 11 years, See practices many different approaches, including raku, wood firing, porcelain and redware, appreciating unique aspects of each style. Most of his time in his studio is spent learning new methods and tweaking old ones. READ MORE