I view jewelry as an interactive art form, sculptures that call the wearers to touch and explore. This view point opens up infinite possibilities. It is an exploration into the world of toys, and it changes the rules of jewelry design.

In my work I am using traditional techniques, and one might say, conservative forms to create pieces that are not only meant to be seen but also to be played and touched. The precious jewelry becomes a toy and the wearer gets a role in the game.

As M.C. Escher once said “My work is a game, a very serious game”.