How do you disrupt modern jewelry?
Instead of pouring ridiculously expensive precious metals into molds - the traditional way of making jewelry - I "disrupt modern" by photo-etching my designs out of hypo-allergenic surgical grade stainless steel. Then I take a subset of those and plate them in pure, 24 carat gold.
Lightweight, easy to wear, tarnish-proof, hypoallergenic and affordable - what other metal can claim that? Of course, the right metal and the right process would be meaningless without the right modernist aesthetic.
Art Deco, Bauhaus, Midcentury and Industrial Modern inspire my passion and I hope they inspire yours.