Though my jewelry making started over two decades ago, I didn’t fully embrace it until 2016. I’ve always used jewelry making as a creative outlet from my otherwise left-brained life. I’m trained as a PhD chemist, and was a chemistry professor after completing my studies. In 2016 I left teaching to run my own business.

I love sourcing quality materials and finding ways to make them work together. I strive to make pieces that you will want to wear every day, not only because they are beautiful, but because they are comfortable.

When I’m not making jewelry, I love drinking craft beer, running, bringing my therapy dogs to the federal prison, and volunteering with local dog rescues.