Vacation is a chance for me to take a pause and recharge creatively, mentally, and physically. I find that I get fueled-up by exploring new places, experiencing new scenarios, and from meeting new people. This doesn’t necessarily have to be far from home, but this time I flew across an ocean to visit Iceland.
It’s a country I’ve been interested in because of its geologic wonders, and it didn’t disappoint. The landscape is grand and inspiring – it’s almost hard to describe or explain the vastness and the beauty that I witnessed. The raw power of earth is on display around the whole island and I loved imagining how our planet came to be as I came across each amazing spectacle of nature.
Music That Moves Me
Music is a constant force and companion in my daily life. When I’m working there’s a 90% chance music is filling the room. However, depending on th...Read More
This month I’m bringing you into my studio – and into my library, specifically. I have been obsessed with jewelry and gemstones since I was a litt...Read More
A Treasured Heritage
After, my American grandmother, “Cay-Cay”, had passed away, I found a treasure trove of slides in a long-forgotten chest gathering dust in her att...Read More