Objects that speak without words offer alternative languages and voices. A wearable object becomes something tangibly real in the hand and against the body. There is a space between maker and made often meant to be invisible. My jewelry is a record of intentions and consequences, of what happens when skill meets material. Subtlety is matched by a desire for perfection with the acknowledgement of its unattainability. Each piece becomes a mark of belief, a projection out into the world of an unseen interior. Like the coming dawn, my jewelry becomes the horizon made visible.