Since 1989, Emily has been designing and making her handmade jewelry featuring sculptural earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and pendants in sterling silver, steel, bronze and copper. From her studio in Broomfield, Colorado, she creates one of a kind pieces that are unique sculptural designs fused with high quality craftsmanship to create rare wearable art. Her work includes a variety of minerals and gemstones, with features using distinctive metals and patinas including textures with a very dimensional feel.
Emily is highly skilled in forging, working with hydraulic press, sawing, soldering, stone setting, casting and creating beautiful art. She graduated from Metro State University of Denver in 1999 with a BFA in Metalsmithing and Communication Design.
She has worked with and attended workshops from many artists such as; Elliot Pujol, Deb Stoner, Kirk McNeill, Andy Cooperman, Hoss Haley, David Norrie, Ira Sherman, Craig Wright and Richard Sweetman.
Her work is inspired by nature and the curvilinear lines of the natural world, the mountains, the ocean, and ordinary minerals.