I started working with Jewelry as a junior in high school with the local jewelry shop, Treml's Jewelry, First learning with the owner, then working for him once I graduated from the American Jeweler's institute. I started a second part time job as the goldsmith for the Vintage Design Collective, where I was responsible for all repairs, before moving away.
As Mr. Becket opened his first physical jewelry store he hired me to be the resident goldsmith for the business, but first I was responsible for setting up the workshop for use and arranging workspace in a way that would facilitate economic use of space and efficient workflow.
I worked two days a week entering new invoices and inventory to the computer, Assisting customers, and acting as a second goldsmith doing repairs as needed. I also used the Shop for personal projects and commissions.
I attended the American Jewelers Institute from February 2012 to June 2012 and graduated ahead of schedule despite the school relocating and being closed for several weeks. I graduated with an average score of 3.8 of 4 possible.
I began learning with the local jeweler in November of 2010, and continued learning and working with him until I moved from the area in February of 2013. My first projects were made of silver for family members, and I began making chains to practice soldering, which has also given me a great deal of experience with various chain weaves.
I am a member of the Ganoskin Project to learn new techniques and skills.
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