You spent a few years perfecting your craft, could you tell me a bit about that? The good and the bad.
@sine.studio: I’m not a traditionally trained jewelry designer so making the transition into the field involved a steep learning curve. It was a little rough at first (heck it still can be) with lots of hours and an unstable income but I was motivated to make it work.
In the beginning I did jewelry courses, workshops, and an internship that led to in-house and contract roles for a few brands. The experience I gained in those years was incredible. There’s nothing like being in challenging creative environments to help you grow.
Since then I continue to research new materials and techniques, seek inspiration, and learn from the expert craftsmen I work with. There’s always more to learn no matter what field you’re in.