+ 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 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 is that my jewelry becomes an adornment to connect you with your inherent beauty and protect you on your journey.
+ About Jaime
I was born and raised in Monroe, New York, a town 60 miles northwest of NYC. In 2009, I graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors of Science in Food Science and Human Nutrition. However, I discovered my personality was a better fit in the creative world instead of the medical world.
While nutrition and health are a major priority in my personal life, I decided to pursue my passion for jewelry. To me jewelry represents a connection to the past, to slower times, and to those no longer with us. Wearing my Grandma’s necklace keeps her with me daily. We live in such a fast paced society, the rebel in me wanted to embrace history, keep alive old traditions, and work with my hands.
Metalsmithing is one of the oldest art forms and I’m grateful to be able to keep it current and to enjoy the results daily by adorning myself, loved ones, and our community near and far with beautiful jewels.
A few of my favorite things are coffee & cream, pizza, hot springs, skiing, hiking in the mountains, yoga, biking, SUPs, camping, the beach & ocean, hoppy beers, puppies and of course jewelry!
+ 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, impromptu road trips, live music and creating indecently indecorous embroideries.