Josh DeWeese is an associate professor of art at Montana State University in Bozeman, where he maintains a studio and wood-fire kiln. He served as resident director of Archie Bray Foundation from 1992 to 2006. More info can be found at www.joshdeweese.com.
Amy Sanders of North Carolina uses stamps to enhance the surfaces of her handbuilt, thrown and altered earthenware forms. She is inspired by patterns, textures and seams in textiles. See Amy's website for more details: www.amysanderspottery.com.
Approaching her work with a "playful intuitiveness," Deborah Schwartzkopf combines throwing and altering with handbuilding to create porcelain tableware. She owns Rat City Studios in Seattle: see ratcitystudios.com.