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My early childhood was spent living waterfront in VA and Key West, FL, before moving to the southwest. Both coastal and southwest influences are evident in my designs. I lived in AZ for most of my life before recently moving to Chicago. I spend my days working as a speech-language pathologist and moonlight as a jewelry designer.

I love working with genuine gemstones, sterling silver (recycled when possible) and recycled glass from Africa and Indonesia. I love cool tones like turquoise, light blue, and green and love to accentuate the cool tones with surprising bright oranges like coral and carnelian.

I primarily make one of a kind pieces and love making custom pieces as well. Please email specific requests.

** Limited selection of recycled glass earrings available in downtown Phoenix at the…

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  • Female
  • Born on November 10
  • Joined November 1, 2009

Favorite materials

turquoise, recycled glass, recycled metal, coral, pearls, labradorite, natural stones and colors reminiscent of the ocean and desert

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About

My early childhood was spent living waterfront in VA and Key West, FL, before moving to the southwest. Both coastal and southwest influences are evident in my designs. I lived in AZ for most of my life before recently moving to Chicago. I spend my days working as a speech-language pathologist and moonlight as a jewelry designer.

I love working with genuine gemstones, sterling silver (recycled when possible) and recycled glass from Africa and Indonesia. I love cool tones like turquoise, light blue, and green and love to accentuate the cool tones with surprising bright oranges like coral and carnelian.

I primarily make one of a kind pieces and love making custom pieces as well. Please email specific requests.

** Limited selection of recycled glass earrings available in downtown Phoenix at the ecOcentricity! boutique, 3rd Ave & McDowell http://ecocentricity.org/

** As featured on Vegan Beauty Review (http://www.veganbeautyreview.com/2010/05/jeweled-triton-fair-trade-recycled-glass-jewelry.html) 05/11/2010

** As featured on Glue & Glitter (http://www.glueandglitter.com/main/2010/05/06/recycled-glass-jewelry-from-jeweled-triton)05/06/2010

** As featured on AzSustainability.com "Green Jewelry is the Way To Go" 03/23/2010

** As featured on HipGreenDeals.com 03/09/2010

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