As a jeweler I receive questions about jewelry care, and one thing I notice that people forget is, how to care for their jewelry when traveling.
This was the largest set of twigs spoons that I've made yet and offered me a bit of challenge. When I finished Amies spoons I loved how sturdy they felt in my hands and how beautiful they looked from all
Long Beach based photograpy duo Isaiah and Taylor stopped by the Bless the Theory studio to document the making of my and Brandons 18k gold wedding bands.
My dads were in town this past weekend and before they jetted back home to Maui, they treated me to a day of inspiration at LACMA. We explored 3D wonders, stared at dutch still-life, and found ourselves in a Italian mirror.
Gravel can be beautiful and when I think about it, I imagine digging my hands in and letting my fingers search for treasures. Much like what we do in life.
I hope this unconventional men's wedding ring reminds the soon-to-be groom not only of his union but that he too is loved, flaws and all.
A few months ago I was contacted by, Los Angeles based fashion and beauty, photographer Michael Dirlam
I was pleasantly surprised, this moring, to find my 6 page feature in "In Her Studio" magazine, by Stampington & Company! In the article I talk about how I got into metalsmithing, how I get out of creative ruts and
I'm not surprised that I've been interested in Alexander Calder's work and life. Here is a look at books that I"m currently reading
A few weekends ago I participated in the Spring Marketplace at CAFAM in L.A. It was a 2 day show with an amazing turnout!