The clean lines and repetitive nature in urban landscapes inspire my work, as well as mid-century design.
I use a variety of metals such as pewter, brass, bronze, silver and copper to produce my designs.
My work is handmade in the United States and each piece is lovingly fabricated by scoring and folding sheets of pewter to make 3 dimensional works of art.
The gorgeous textures are pulled from many influences and are embossed into the metal.
As a designer and maker, my intent is to encourage the importance of American high-end craft in the modern home by creating contemporary heirlooms for a new generation of collectors.
I have been included in national competitions and publications such as: Lark Books’ 500 Metal Vessels and 500 Judaica.
I was a 2008 Rio Grande Saul Bell Design Awards Finalist and a 2010 & 2011 NICHE Awards Finalist as well a 2012 NICHE Award Winner in the Judaica Division.
I have also exhibited in some of the most prestigious juried craft shows in the country including: The Smithsonian Craft Show, Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, American Craft Council shows in Baltimore and Atlanta.