jewelry to ignite our cosmic pulse

I create jewelry made of natural crystals, semi-precious stones, brass, silver, and copper. I make pieces to remember who we are, direct our soul's true path, and remember our connection to the cosmos. All of my pieces are divinely influenced to invoke ancient beliefs and universal energies. I use ancient symbols from many cultures, and faiths including: Christianity, the Kabbalah, Mysticsm, Alchemy, Sacred Geometry, Native American cultures, Ancient Egypt, Buddhism, ancient mythylogical gods and goddesses. Aesthetically my jewelry dances between ancient art and modern jewelry. It is an artistic manifestation of our connection to our ancient ancestors as well as a connection to our transcended future. 

I began making jewelry in the winter of 2012 after all of my jewelry was stolen. I had collected many antique treasures from around the world and was quite heartbroken afterwards.  I was able able to transcend my anger and resentment by creating jewelry for myself. From the beginning my pieces reflected ancient symbolism.  I was very excited to start sharing my art when friends requested commissions. I am very committed to creating a connection between my pieces and the wearer, my piece's service to the universe, as well as my jewelery's service to my spiritual path. I strive to help us all achieve balance, harmony, and remember our connection to each other. All pieces are reiki attuned and are designed and manifested using meditation with crystal grids, the lunar cycles and specific astrological occurences. 

"There is no need for temples, no need for complicated philosophies. My brain and my heart are my temples; my philosophy is kindness."

Dali Lama

"... and there is not a man or woman of them who, when they heard the proposal, would not acknowledge that this melting into one another, this becoming one instead of two, was the very expression of their ancient need. And the reason is that human nature was originally one and we were a whole, and the desire and pursuit of the whole is called love."