My reason for making the jewelry that I do today, came from a ring I made for my sister with my dad’s handwriting after he passed away. Upon receiving it, she insisted that I make pieces like it for others.

From there, my work evolved thanks to heartfelt conversations with customers, along with my own thoughts about what we mean to each other and how we find our place in the world. This lead me to create jewelry inspired by the language of plants and flowers, and sentimental jewelry of a bygone era. By including a person’s handwriting, the piece becomes even more deeply meaningful and precious.

On the surface, I make jewelry. But what I really do is create talismans that help people remember who they are, remain focused on their path, and stay aligned in love above all else.

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