Thérèse Ngo is the co-owner of Capital Pottery. She currently works for the Government of Canada and has been a public servant for over 15 years. During her spare time, she likes to play tennis and enjoys pottery. The first time she touched clay was during her University studies and only recently got back into it. Although she would like to dedicate more time to pottery, her time is spent juggling the schedules of her three kids.
Eric Ladd is the co-owner of Capital Pottery. He is a dedicated father of three who is also busy during the day working at an international company that designs, manufactures and supports a wide range of innovative products for use in video production applications. You can find Eric at the store every Saturday. During his spare time, he likes to act, write and make pottery. He just wishes there were more than 24 hours during the day!
Supplies & Materials Ltd
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We are looking for a responsible and mature individual to join the Capital Pottery family. You must work well independently and have top-notch customer service skills.
The role as defined is to be a hybrid of supporting day-to-day operations and the business and providing customers with answers to questions (help troubleshoot any issues) related to pottery/ceramics.
Jason was raised in QC, grew up around Montreal. At first, he was involved solely in the art of photography, but his interest in ceramics grew from trying his hands at throwing on the wheel, while attending Concordia University. Five years later, he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts at NSCAD, and completed his residencies. His focus now is about making an impact in the ceramic community- through the gathered knowledge passed on to him and interpreting ceramics in a new form.