“My first approach to jewelry was when I was 12 years old, when I studied at a workshop occasionally. It was not until eight years later that I decided to focus squarely on that area. No one in my family had this passion for jewelry, so you could say it's a natural gift.
“For me, jewelry is a utilitarian sculpture. It is a creative process that consists of the abstraction of the forms of the environment to make them emerge through the forging of silver. For me it has become a means of expression, and therefore a passion. It acquires meaning thanks to those magical moments of the person-to-person encounter.
“I owe my knowledge to the mentoring of a teacher of Belgian origin, who instructed me in the magic of silver; and I am even more inspired by her distinctive style. Later I was fortunate to continue training with an Argentine teacher, and with an artisan from Guanajuato who showed me the magic of Mexican silver.
“It wasn't until 2014 that I was able to create my workshop. I am still studying techniques, designs and approaches in order to give more authenticity to my technique, which gives me more security in each of my creations.
“My main material is sterling silver, obtained through the process of collecting and electrolysis. This is discarded in the medical and electronic parts industry. In this way I give it a socially responsible approach and without impact on the environment. Each piece is made by hand with different techniques, and without a mold. This allows me to give each one unique and special details.
“Now my goal is to continue positioning my pieces in a fluid way, and to share them with more people.”