Michael Hunt and Naomi Dalglish live and work in the mountains of western North Carolina. Using many local materials, they collaborate in making wood-fired utilitarian pottery. Bandana Pottery is named after the community in which they live.
Michael got hooked on clay in high school, and became a student at Penland School of Craft shortly after graduating. It was there that he met Will Ruggles and Douglas Rankin who became teachers and mentors to him.
Naomi began making pottery with her grandmother as a child. She studied clay at Earlham College with Mike Theidman, a former apprentice of Warren MacKenzie.