I bring a lifetime of artistry to my jewelry. My gemstones are huge, an idea that I acquired from sculpting large pieces at Haverford College. I layer colors, a technique learned from painting at Bryn Mawr College and screen-printing at the Corcoran. My compositions tell a story, an aesthetic gleaned from the Washington School of Photography and screenwriting at the Tisch School. And my attention to detail is a gift from my days as a lawyer on Wall Street and Park Avenue. My personal collection of fine art and antiques - from French Barbizon painting to 18th century English and American furniture to Chinese Export porcelain to African tribal sculpture – has provided a foundation of taste that translates naturally into my creations. You will find that my pieces have a unique signature that becomes your artistic statement when you wear them whether you're dressed for a night on the town or a casual walk through the park.