Subjects inherent to the contexts of personal and social identity have inspired diverse series as my work explores the distinctive voice of jewelry and the psychological and social context of the body/wearer.

Using the social codes and private/public locations of jewelry as a platform, I invite a broad audience to a conversation grounded in empathy.

So...does the wearer complete the jewelry or does the jewelry complete the wearer? I suggest it is reciprocal - changed by each other they venture out into the world, to start the conversation.