Len Carella started working in ceramics in 1998 at Parsons School of Design in New York City. In February 2004 he was part of a group show at the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center in Brooklyn, New York. He has worked from several studios in New York and San Francisco. His hand made, one of a kind pieces have been available at De Vera-San Francisco, Erica Tanov in San Francisco and Marin, Tradesmen-San Francisco and The Shop at Bardessono-Yountville. He currently works from Ruby’s Clay Studio in San Francisco mostly in high fire, cone 10 reduction and most often in porcelain or Black Mountain clay.

His work is currently available at March-San Francisco, The New Black-San Francisco, Esqueleto in Oakland and Bluebird in Toronto.