I recently sat down with Elyena de Giguel for a chat that was featured in the most recent issue of Providence Monthly Magazine.
Sometimes being a jeweler means that you’re leading a solitary practice, sequestered in your studio without much creative input our output. So, it was a great change of pace to be able to dust off my archive of work and look back into the evolution of what I’ve been working on for the past couple of years. Over the course of a bottle of wine, we talked about my studio practice, jewelry as an art form, my work at the Steel Yard, and more. Check out the full article here.