I have been a creative as far back as my memories take me, forever finding joy and inspiration from craft, design, materials, built and natural environments. This innate spirit translated to a fascination for interiors and a bachelor's degree in interior design from Kent State University.
I was fortunate to spend my career in the corporate world in roles related to that education and passion. My last decade in that setting was the most rewarding as I directed the color marketing efforts for America’s largest paint company. My role involved researching and presenting color and design forecasts and trends, developing tools for professionals and consumers, designing and art directing interior spaces.
In the midst of those years I uncovered a hidden talent and enthusiasm for designing and fabricating jewelry with unique and distinctive style. This creative venture ebbed and flowed as I continued a career that was filled with inspirational journeys, feeding my passion for color and design and in turn influencing my jewelry aesthetic. Retiring after thirty successful years with a renowned company granted me the luxury of time to reignite and pursue my passion for this artistic and forever evolving craft.
I design jewelry that is minimal, graphic and architectural, inspired by art, architecture, simple lines and graphic shapes.