Emily was born in Montreal, Quebec. She started working as a goldsmith in 2009, though she has been making jewelry since 1998. With an eye for combining rich and nuanced colors, and skilled in the craft of glass enameling, she combines age old techniques and new computer technology to create unique collections and one of a kind fine jewelry designs.
Having sold to clients worldwide, she enjoys communication and project development with people near and far away. However, remaining a small business in Canada is important to Emily to maintain quality relationships with tradespeople and gemologists she attributes to her growing success. Her style is becoming known for its modernized art deco feel, that she hopes will continue to be sought out by discerning clients looking for quality, locally made alternative engagement rings.
Emily attended Concordia University in Montreal, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax. In Nova Scotia she obtained a BFA in Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing, with accolades and awards for originality and sensibility to materials and design.
She works with her clients on all types of custom projects in gold, silver or platinum, using sapphires, diamonds, unusual quartz, aquamarine, turquoise, to name a few of her favourites. She is inspired by nature and fashion in all its diverse forms. She is down to earth. Whatever the project, and no matter its complexity, she takes special care to ensure the final piece will fit her clients’ needs. No project is too outside the box, and and all projects are guaranteed to be treated with care.