As a jewelry designer/metalsmith, I am primarily self taught. My formal schooling was in fine arts and languages (BA, Tufts University 1972), with additional metalsmithing workshops in 1979 with Michael Good and Keikki Seppa. Contrasting form and texture play a significant role in my jewelry design work, an off-shoot of earlier studies in sculpture, graphics, photography and dance. For me, metal has proven to be the ideal medium, a combination of hard-edged precision and malleability which allows for constant experimentation and change.

My work has won numerous awards and is represented by fine galleries. I occasionally pursue a career in music as well, and spend the rest of my time working in a rather extensive perennial garden.

Each piece is one-of-a-kind, signed and numbered.