A designer, artist and mother, Teresa began her artistic career in the Pacific Northwest.
Working in fine silver and re-purposed materials, Teresa taught herself to design, wrap, work, tool, and create jewelry from green materials. Using everything from upcycled typewriter keys to hand forged sterling silver.
Without a doubt, Teresa's jewelry is one of a kind—much like Teresa herself. Maybe it's her vibrant red hair that gives her the spark—the fire of creation. Tom Robbins once suggested that redheads were descended from demigods, after all. Whatever the case, it can't be argued that Teresa sees the world through a lens unlike any other. Her jewelry is a testament to that.
Teresa can most often be found “twirling with her muse” in her studio near the shores of the Puget Sound, her coffee cup close at hand, with music playing and family nearby.