Originally from Pennsylvania, Emily received her B.F.A and B.S. from Kutztown University. She moved to Maine in 2014 for a 1 year internship with studio jeweler, Cara Romano. Since then she has made a home in Maine to begin her career creating wearable jewelry with vitreous enamel and sterling silver. Read about the internship here.
Emily works out of her home studio in Franklin, Maine. Planning a visit to Maine this summer? Stop by and say hello! Franklin is just a short drive away from Acadia National Park and downtown Ellsworth. Emily would love to share her studio and jewelry collection with you. Send her an email to plan your visit.
Emily is the recipient of the J. Allen Pawling Craft Memorial Award, an American Craft Week 30 Under 30 Rising Star, and a 2017 Halstead Grant Top 5 Finalist.
My focus is to create jewelry that is clean, modern and versatile. It’s made to be functional and to complement the wearer’s own individuality. Using silver and enamel, I seek compositions of line and negative space. Limiting my color palette allows for a greater emphasis on the body and the linear quality of my work. My interest in contemporary jewelry and adornment fuels my will to create work that is both finely crafted, and designed for the modern day jewelry wearer.