Born in Asheville, North Carolina, Kent was surrounded by his mother's collection of stoneware pots from the Folk Art Center. In high school, he made his first pot on the wheel, but it wasn't until college that he met Megan. The two dreamed of owning a pottery studio and art gallery. After studying with Elmer Taylor at University of North Texas, Kent and Megan opened their first studio in Canyon, Texas.
From 2007 to 2015, Kent built a wholesale pottery business while selling pots in the couple's gallery. At one point he participated in art shows while selling to over 80 galleries around the country. Megan explored different mediums and spread her love of art through teaching. The couple developed their own range of glazes, spending countless hours achieving a wide range of colors and finishes. Some of these glazes even contain local Panhandle clay. In 2015, Kent and Megan decided to focus more on selling pots directly to people in their gallery and teach classes at the studio. They continue to hone their work and help others discover the joy and beauty of pottery.