Hello and welcome. I am a passionate jewelry artist who is based in Montreal in the Mile-End district. Always at the service to create beauty!

My story

I am a woman from Montreal and a first generation jeweler. My passion for jewelry started very early and came to fruition when I discovered that there was training to learn how to work precious metals. At the age of 16, I began college training in fine crafts, specializing in jewelry, which I completed in 2014. It was in 2018 that I launched my first collection. Since then, I have had the pleasure of collaborating with many other jewelers and taking advanced courses. I also offer my products and services to my community.

I chose the jewelry profession above all because it allows me to create art that can be worn every day and for a very long time. Another reason is that precious metal jewelry can be salvaged and/or repaired with minimal resources. I come from a family that advocates the 3 Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle).

My creative process

My artistic vision translates into creations that combine my passion for jewelry techniques and my desire to create asymmetrical harmony. My main objective is to capture the second look, the one we take at the object to understand it and explore it in depth. All of this aims to satisfy our need to take pleasure with our senses. Take the time to discover the details of the things around us, because they are rich in history and beauty.

Whether for my collections or the custom pieces I make for my clients, I always have comfort, durability and authenticity in mind. All of it starts with a source of inspiration or criteria to respect, this is how I choose the direction to take. More and more, I use 3D modeling as a tool to realize certain aspects of my projects.

My values

What matters most to me is integrity and honesty. Being clear and transparent is essential for me. It is important that my customers know exactly who they are working with, what they are buying, how the jewelry is made and to make sure I understand why they are buying it.

The local economy, the environment, ethical fashion and knowledge sharing are among the concerns of my practice. Every day, I take concrete actions in order to improve my activity and raise awareness in my community.

Achievements and recognitions

Member of the Conseil des Métiers du Québec

Recipient of the Private Collection of the Montreal School of Jewelry 2014

Recipient of the 2014 Janis Kerman Prize