Jeanette Adrienne Wee began her journey with ceramics while studying in Japan in 2010, and later did a formal residency in Seto under sensei Kato Hiroshige in 2017. She has also completed several courses in Melbourne which include glazing and mould making. Being fluent in Korean, Japanese, and Chinese, she began adapting North-asian art forms in her own works through her observations of these different cultures. She works broadly with functional ware as well as sculptural works, with the ideas centred around nature, her experiences, and the places she’s been to. The main characteristics of her works include rich textures, mix of different clays, her own glazes, and using a one-handed technique to throw pots. Now she works at Temasek Potters under master potter Iskandar Jalil to further develop her work as an artist.