Vincent Massey graduated from Farnham Art College, England in 1982 specializing in the traditional English and Japanese methods of stoneware, including firing techniques of wood, salt and raku. Further apprenticeships with exceptional potters in England and Canada helped establish him as a professional artist. In 1985, Vincent built his home on the slopes of Rainbow Mountain in Whistler and established a large pottery studio. Vincent continues to develop the craft of pottery through the adaptation of traditional methods and glazes. Vincent’s work is shipped worldwide and sought out by collectors, hotels and those wishing to enhance their cuisine or dining room with unique yet very practical pieces of pottery. Vincent’s studio is open regularly.