Inspired by the private and public contexts of jewelry, I explore its distinctive voice in the world of things.

The affect of jewelry which interests me, exceeds it scale through its mobility- its moving about in the world. It is inherently relational, chosen by its wearer and casually encountered by its viewer. It is friends with, but unbound by the conventions of vernacular jewelry.

It does not adhere to fashion or art world trends, but is in conversation with culture at large. Alternately demanding in its strangeness and accommodating in its familiarity, it seeks to engage.