I'm an interdisciplinary artist pursuing a balanced life and invigorating career opportunties. I create ecclectic, unusual, fine metal jewelry. I love to incorporate symbolism and found objects, and toy with the line between form and function, exploring nontraditional approaches and unexpected materials. I think its important that jewelry be comfortable to wear, as well as attractive, and so I focus on creating designs that are flattering to the human form. I was a Sculpture Major at Pratt Institute of Art with a concentration in metalworking and jewelry design. I spent a summer as a Master Welder's apprentice, and then worked for several years as a full-time Goldsmith's apprentice, before starting my fine jewelry business, hozzlebozzle.
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