There is an importance of escape for the artist; stepping outside of the studio provides contrast and inspiration, loosing yourself to wonder.
Just the other day while soldering (what seemed to be a million jump rings) I noticed the necklace that I was working on catching the most beautiful natural light.
I love rearranging spaces - I was a visual merchandiser for 12 years so it's in my bones! Rearranging shifts the energy and brings back life into a room
I made some impromptu espresso spoons for a set of espresso cups by Samantha Brown of Samatha Ceramics. What I love about Samanthas work is the spontaneity and primitive feel. When I started on the spoons I new I
A quick list of my favorite books, blogs and podcasts that will hopefully inspire you!
I finished up these simple and sweet vow renewal wedding bands last week and sent them on their way to a lovely couple this morning. There is always a special feeling you get when making ceremonial jewelry - a sense
There are a bit of things in my studio that I can't live without. If I had to choose a few items right here, right now; the first would be
I made this sterling silver sugar spoon with wood bowl last year. The texture was hammered into the handle of the spoon and resembles woodgrain. The soft milky white finish on the bowl of the spoon was achieved by raising
There is a sense of accomplishment that I feel when packing up orders and sending them out into the world. I try to imaging the joy that the acquirer will feel when the pieces is in there hands.
There are a variety of processes that I use to make my jewelry and utensils. I rarely sketch - My brain is my sketch book. Most to all of my work begins as an idea that is always inspired by