Jeffrey has worked with clay as a studio potter since the mid 1970s. He started out as an apprentice to a potter who was a student of Marguerite Wildenhain at the Pond Farm studio on the Russian River. He was taught Wildenhain’s methods and philosophy of form and functionality which he caries through in his work to the present day. He produces functional ware in reduction fired stoneware and porcelain, decorative pieces using the low temperature method of saggar firing and in the last ten years has been producing work in a wood fired Anagama kiln on Lopez Island. He has exhibited work at Gallery Cygnus in LaConner, Anchor Art Space in Anacortes, Smith & Vallee Gallery in Edison, and Confluence Art Center in Twisp. He also had work selected for exhibitin the Art at the Port show Anacortes Arts Festival in 2011, 2014 and 2016.