I believe in having fewer things that last longer.
I come to metalworking from a design background, and my work across all mediums tends to honor the same qualities: bold shapes, carefully-considered weight and movement, and a uniquely human details. I aim to make pieces that are well-crafted and timeless—that become more beautiful as they age and take on new character.
Most of my work begins life as pencil sketches on paper. They’re revised and often go through a few iterations before being carved by hand in wax. These tiny wax sculptures are turned into solid metal using a technique called lost wax casting, and each one is finished by hand.
All my work is made locally and finished in my space in Brooklyn, NY.