We've been trolling Instagram for you and came up with some unmined gold! Case in point, ceramicist Jory Shareff. While studying ceramics at a small college in Vermont, Jory made work that discussed how functional objects become embedded in the stories surrounding our memories and personal histories. Since moving to Brooklyn two years ago after an internship with a ceramics publication, Jory creates both functional and sculptural pieces that draw from areas of public and private life. Jory recently concluded an apprenticeship with ceramic artist Romy Northover of No._ Studio and is currently a studio technician at Choplet Ceramics in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. She lives with two girlfriends from college and a giant cat, who are all sources of inspiration. Here Jory styles a olive suede C.A.B. bag in and out of her studio. We love her photography style and much her work plays with texture and dimension.