It's true. Jewelry is personal.
It's an intimate art form. We wear it on our bodies. It's with us wherever we go. Each piece can be a wearable touchstone to connect us to a vision for ourselves, remind us of a loved one, an accomplishment, or a milestone in life. These are things we all know. Call me an idealist, but this I believe: we all love, we want to be loved, and we want to engage life as the very best version of ourselves.
PRIMARY ART MEDIA | sterling silver, gold, palladium, gemstones, patina
FLUENT IN | jewelry & vessels
FORMAL EDUCATION | university of north carolina at chapel hill
SUPERPOWERS | hand fabrication & narrative
YEARS AT THE BENCH | 24
CUPS OF TEA IN THE STUDIO | 8,453....and counting...
FAVORITE TOOL | spiculum hammer
FAMILY | husband, four daughters, two dogs, one cat
FORMATIVE YEARS | rural north carolina, lots of wandering in the woods
STUDIO LOCATION | wake forest, north carolina