Are you eager to learn how to make jewelry? I’m excited to be able to share the skills I’ve gained from my years of training at the renowned North Bennet Street School and throughout my career as a professional jeweler. Whether you want to learn the basics, or already know how to make jewelry but would like to hone your skills to a more precise level, I’m here to help.
- I offer private lessons in my studio space at Artisans Asylum (reopening Fall 2022 in Boston). Whether you would like to learn fundamental jewelry-making skills or need specific assistance with a particular project, or anything in between, please contact me for more information.
- I offer classes in the Artisans Asylum Jewelry Shop; check their Current Classes for more information, and you can see my classes here. I teach a variety of classes including Jewelry 101: Intro to Metalsmithing, Jewelry 201: Setting Faceted Gemstones, Argentium Silver Earrings, Silver Link Bracelet with Heart, Directed Open Studios, and a Tool Review class (for certification to use their Jewelry/Metals Shop).
- Looking for a fun and engaging activity to do with your team? I can come to your office, or you can join me in the studio at Artisans Asylum, for a jewelry-making workshop! "Silversmith your own Pendant, Pet Tag, or Keychain" is an example of one workshop I can bring to you! Contact me for more information.