I've been designing and creating jewels for as long as I can remember. At first it was dried leaves and bottle caps that were glued together, when I was four years old. As time passed, it evolved into things that actually looked like jewels.
I graduated Industrial Design studies. Then I continued on to pursue my dream - studied Goldsmithing, and graduated with honors.
For more than a decade now, I work from my own studio, designing and manufacturing everything myself.
Each piece is handmade with meticulous craftsmanship, using traditional goldsmithing techniques.
I believe that people respond to jewelry and artwork on a level that exceeds esthetic appreciation. Jewelry has an emotional value and significance. When your work is motivated by mindfulness and meaning, it radiates its inner beauty, resulting in a unique piece of jewelery that is exciting to wear.
My work is mainly influenced by organic shapes, archaeological finds, ancient signs and symbols, and - most importantly - by the nonchalant beauty of my family - my husband and my two wonderful boys!