There’s something really special, touching, and humbling about having a person or couple ask you to make them a ring that symbolizes so much. I really thrive on the experience of creating a ring with my hands that they will enjoy for a lifetime, infuse with happy memories, love, and togetherness, and then pass on to the generations that come after.
Here is a little collage of some of those rings I’ve made over the past few months!
If you’re thinking about a custom piece, please feel free to contact me.
Having never been to NYC before, let alone exhibiting at a show, I had no idea what to expect. What I experienced was an amazing community of alternative wedding vendors all in line with changing the way the Wedding Industrial Complex works. Lovesick Expo kicked off their America-wide tour on Sunday, with the first show in Brooklyn. Thank you so much to all of you who came by and had a chat and had your finger sized… New Yorkers are a friendly bunch and I never want to leave!
My table at Lovesick Expo, Brooklyn
5th Avenue goodness… so many jewels!
I’d absolutely love to see your lovely faces in person! I’m making the rounds across Western Canada (and New York!) this fall and winter, so if I’m in your city, feel free to drop by, get your finger sized, and chat about your style with me.
List to be updated as more events are announced.
New Craft Coalition
October 17 &18th
Festival Hall, Inglewood
Vancouver Convention Center West
January 4, 2015
Music Hall of Williamsburg
Please check today’s special Canada Day issue of the Globe and Mail for a profile of Canada’s brightest artists and designers. I am representing Saskatchewan in today’s Globe Style section along with talented Canadians such as Malorie Urbanovitch from Alberta, Leaf House from the Yukon, and UNTTLD from Quebec.
You can read the full article online here!
Happy Canada Day!
This past Christmas I was lucky to join the ranks of many vendors who show their work at the One of A Kind Show in Toronto. The One of a Kind Show is a handmade mecca that’s been going on since 1975, and they’ve recently opened an online shop!
Not only am I selling some fun one of a kind pieces there, I am also featured on their blog!
You can take a look at my interview here.
Shop my one of a kind pieces here!
I’m so happy to announce that my new engagement ring collection is complete!
The Infinite Collection was born of the concept that like space and the universe, love is also infinite. Reflected in this concept are the rings themselves which are textured, mimicking planetary geology.
The 5 rings in the collection, Ophelia, Callisto, Lumen, Maia, and Elara, are all named after celestial bodies and can be used as a combination wedding and engagement ring, or can be stacked with other rings very easily.
Handmade with 100% recycled gold , conflict-free diamonds or lab-created Moissanite, you can feel confident that your ring choice is completely sustainable and a perfect addition to your green wedding.