Drawn to the organic natural forms of coastal forays in her coastal home of Devon, and the worn dry spirals of weathered conch shells, gathered on warm Caribbean beaches, Mitch communicates the sculptural qualities of these influences.  Her ceramics are instinctively hand formed in an emotionally intuitive and mindful process using methods such as coiling and pinching,  

Working in grogged stoneware clay, with a palate of coastal shades, and using various stains, slips and oxides, Mitch enhances the natural stone like quality of the clay.

The rhythmic, meditative and mindful process of coiling, and the many hours scraping and sculpting is what drive's Mitch's passion to create her hand built sculptural forms. 

Within her work Mitch creates a haptic aesthetic that communicates a sense of clam, serenity and connection.