How it all began...
Ever since I was a little girl I was fascinated with nature. I admire nature and its perfection, flawless creations, and the incredible symmetry it holds. Nature is definitely my biggest inspiration and it provides me with a lot of ideas for my creative works.
My mother always tells me that even when I was a five-year-old girl I surprised her when I drew the perfect straight lines, freehand without any tool or ruler.
It may sound cliché, but I can remember the moment I realized that being a metalsmith is my calling - There were several weeks when I couldn't work with my hands and on those days I felt that work was burning between my fingers. I was anxious to pound and hammer metal again. When I finally did that I had this wonderful feeling that I found my destiny and that was the moment that I realized that the metalsmith work is a part of me. This creative work with my hands really makes me feel whole and satisfied.
I nurtured my creative talent from childhood and when it was time to choose a profession I chose to study jewelry design.
I graduated from the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in 2010, which is ranked 15th out of the top 50 Fashion Schools in the world. I started working as a designer in a number of international factories and companies in Israel and gained a lot of experience and knowledge. A few years later, I began to design and manufacture MY own products.
The way I see the world
My creative work always starts with designing an interesting and perfect composition that will contain a central point. I treat each piece of my jewelry as a small sculpture, referring to all dimensions and how I want it to look from every angle.
Waves, flow, symmetry, and amorphous - all these are my natural inspiration.
My thoughts of splitting and meeting lines, dynamics, and movement come to life in my jewelry. I also love to emulate natural textures in my organic designs, as if they were created and raised as a part of nature. The most fascinating thing to me is the encounter between the classical and the organic world when nature creates its wonders as perfect symmetry and harmony.