One thing I've come to realize over the years is that most people have no idea how jewelry is actually made. With the hopes of changing that, I'd like to invite you to glance inside my workshop and the processes I use to create my work.
The majority of what I make is considered to be fabrication work. That means that each piece begins as sheet and/or wire metal. Jewelers hand tools are then used to
The majority of what I create is fabricated using sheet and wire metal. I use traditional jewelry making techniques and a whole slew of hand tools to manipulate and work the metal. On occasion I will carve a design out of wax and then turn it into silver using the lost wax casting process, all of which I do myself in my personal casting studio.