Firing enamel, high quality glass, onto a metal surface at very high heat and usually into a recess or a hole, is an ancient method of adding color and interest to decorative metal objects. Mainly working in sterling silver, I combine this versatile material with traditional metalworking skills to make highly wearable jewelry. My pieces are created to give pleasure both every day, and on that special occasion. The silver detail and random color combinations are often suggested by the natural word. I trained at the Sir John Cass Department of Art and Design in London, England and have been working here in New Hampshire since 2002.