I studied experimental film and art direction at NYU. After I graduated, I worked as a painting assistant to Francesco Clemente. My background in cinema and the arts inspired me to create jewelry.
A pair of dangly gold earrings that my mother got me when I was a little girl. I lost one and spent days digging through the carpet for it. I never found it, and have been wearing mismatched earrings ever since.
It’s really impossible for me to pick a favorite piece of jewelry. Jewelry is my passion and my favorites are always changing.
My arrowhead ring, dagger rosary, five spike earrings, and mini tribal spike necklace.
When you see so many jobs moving overseas, where labor is being exploited and the search for materials is destroying parts of the earth, it makes sense why there is a movement towards keeping things local and sustainable. To me, sustainability is what separates my business from others. It is very important to me to provide jobs in New York City and developing regions, where the production methods that are used have been slowly dying off.
I draw a lot of my inspiration from art, science, magic, music, astronomy, astrology, and travel. As far as right now, that’s a secret.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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