Formerly photo stylist in Paris, the conversion has been in the air for a while until a trip to Japan motivated Sabrina to take the step in 2007.
After training at ATC with Grégoire Salvi and Christophe Blackwell, she opened in 2010 a workshop for children in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, Charlie and La Chocopoterie.
The following year, she moved with her family to Tinos, a Greek island in the Cyclades, where she mounted a new workshop, now developing work in two main directions: the introduction to the Earth trades for adults and children, in the form of courses and internships, and searches and orders in the field of utilitarian ceramics and single objects.
Whether it is earthenware, sandstone or porcelain, the lathe, the modelling or the moulding, her work concentrates on functional and purified forms, in the search for a point of equilibrium between fragility and sustainability.
Her work on enamels – restricted ranges throughout the seasons – seeks to express, with economy, delicacy as the depth of feeling felt in Japan and in the daily life of living closer to nature and its cycles.
Visit the Website: sabrinabinda.gr