+ About Heather
Jewelry is a connection.
Jewelry is a memory, an inspiration,
a reminder, a token, a talisman.
For me, it has been a symbol of protection, a type of armor. Women embody a spirit of confident power that, when embraced, is used to build each other up—never tear each other down. I create jewelry to inspire that confidence and accent individual beauty.
My jewelry is intended to arm women with strength, elegance, and empowerment. A manifestation of what already lives within.
Photography and apparel design are my history, but I discovered that designing jewelry is my poetry. From inspiration through creation, it is the tangible expression of my soul’s deepest feelings.
When I first moved to Boulder, Colorado, I was reminded of how the majesty of nature is both breathtaking and harsh. Soft clouds and jagged peaks. This fundamental balance in Mother Nature embodies and inspires the jewelry I create.
Organic colors and raw materials are formed into bold, powerful pieces that unveil the vulnerability in all of us. My desire as a jeweler is that my jewelry becomes an adornment to connect you with your inherent beauty and protect you on your journey.
+ About Emily
I’m a Colorado native, and have been making all kinds of art since I had the motor skills to do so. I discovered metal smithing in high school, and after a summer doing it at RISD, I was hooked. For college, I went to CCA in Oakland, specifically for their metal program. I eventually decided art school wasn’t for me and finished my education in community college in LA.
I get a lot of my inspiration from Japanese wood block prints, traditional American tattooing and that somatic thing that results from genuine, human moments.
Outside of work, I enjoy making my mom worry about my safety by going on solo mountain adventures around Boulder, impromptu road trips, live music and creating indecently indecorous embroideries.