Fieldwork Ceramics represents the merging of two pursuits: ceramics and archaeology. I've been living two awesome lives, and this is where they meet.

I worked as a ceramic technician for years and completed my MFA in ceramics in 2008. During the pursuit of my MFA and for several years after, I also worked for several archaeological research projects as an excavation supervisor, researcher, and technical illustrator, with work primarily focused in Pompeii, Italy. I completed my MA in anthropological archaeology at Temple University in 2016, and continue to work on research that focuses on ancient ceramic production technology -- from clays to kilns to firing methods. Fieldwork Ceramics are all handmade by me, Gina Tibbott, in New York City.

For inquiries about wholesale, custom projects, or workshops, I can be reached at fieldwork.ceramics at gmail dot com. You can view my CV here.

Staring down a dolium, or large storage vessel, Pompeii, Italy, 2014. Photo courtesy Caroline Cheung.

Staring down a dolium, or large storage vessel, Pompeii, Italy, 2014. Photo courtesy Caroline Cheung.