Frans Gregoor had a career as an earthenware and stoneware potter in Belgium, and then travelled throughout Europe. Back in Belgium, his production takes 7 to 12 tons of stoneware clay per year, for orders of thousands of objects. In 2004, he became a part-time teacher and began to explore porcelain, for which he invented shaping techniques to obtain an extreme delicacy, even for relief textures. Frans creates light fixtures and sculptures, playing on translucency and light, on folds and pleats. He also creates white objects punctuated with small repetitive or random decorations, yellows and blues, coloured engraved compositions, regular perforations. He uses gas-fired and wood-fired kilns.