The distinct separation between industry and environment becomes an intimate adornment between the jewelry and the wearer. A relationship is established between land and structure from nomadic experiences. These two disciplines integrate through a combination of non-traditional and traditional metalsmithing techniques, and manipulation of material.
The artificial element is represented through neon stark colors, industrial materials, as well as geometric facets and connections. The use of a laser engraver is utilized to create repetition, and etched surfaces, and precision in acrylic forms. An industrial and innovating style is embodied within each piece with the use of progressive technology.
Geological arrangements and patterns accompany these synthetic properties. The unique forms derive from an admiration of natural stones and minerals and the unique linear patterns they have, similar to a topographic map. The idea of a precious gem is contextualized with exploration of nontraditional resources, using conventional tactics of treating a precious object. Each composition considers both contrasting forces with integration of materials and form.