Growing up in suburban Philadelphia, I was always making something (my
parents would add, “Yes, a mess”). As a kid, I stuck a pearl up my
nose, got my finger caught in a deadbolt lock that I thought was a gold
ring, and tried-on the most garish rings with my Dad on Jeweler’s Row,
always questioning, “Can’t we get this?”
My jewelry designs come from two very specific places in my life.
First, the organic, texture driven pieces reflect my suburban outdoorsy
roots, collecting “treasures” from the trees I climbed and wading
through the creek with my brothers.
With their strong geometric angles and clean lines, my other designs
come from my architecture training, and love of blueprints, grid paper
and modern design. There is a subtle sexiness in the pieces as the
viewer peeks through to the wearer’s exposed skin.
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