This body of work encompasses designs inspired by time passing in my hometown. With the rise of progress, I find myself haunting the old structures of warehouses, tobacco barns, smokehouses, overgrown and dilapidated lots. This is about the tension and beauty that can exist inside growth- the juxtaposition of what was and the promise of all that's coming.
Here you'll find a variety of gem colors, opacities, textures, finishes, and grades. The gritty, rough and included deliberately coexist with the refined and symmetrical. Light and shadow play a large part, as do surface treatments, unexpected orientations, and defined silhouettes.