Designer's Story

 

About The Designer

For the last 7 years I have been crafting jewelry by way of traditional bench/ metal smithing, a skill acquired in accessory design school, but it wasn’t until about 3 years ago that I started sculpting my jewelry designs using the lost wax process, a process that is much more free, forgiving and creative.

 I studied art history, worked at an art gallery and always loved to draw beautiful things, comic strips and patterns. After completion of accessory design school in Miami I moved to NYC, attended FIT and interned with 3 different fashion jewelry companies, where I learned the trade first hand.

I also worked in the aesthetic beauty industry where focus is placed on symmetry and balance, so I find it fun to blur the lines and play around with making my jewelry designs raw and unpredictable.

My style appeals to women with a sense of adventure, one who wants to break away from the traditional and predictable jewelry trend and wear their jewelry as a statement of courage, adventure and extension of self.