In my jewellery collection, with absolute admiration to polymorphous nature, observing and trying to interpret what I see, I create organic forms as well as elaborate and dynamic shapes and some others derived from experimentation.
Working in conditions of pressure in high-low temperatures, following the laws of physics, I push my material to its limits for days until I am satisfied.
Without touching it, I leave the material free to give birth to the shape and texture. Keeping an elegant and refined design, I use precious metals like silver, gold and precious stones like diamonds, sapphires, tourmalines, pearls and every other stone that causes my attention.
Another very important part of my collections, which allows me to maintain the liberty of creation, are the alternative materials and mainly the use of those ones witch their useful route has ended. With different ways of process, industrial materials such as acrylic, transformed in new three-dimensional organic form, with modern aesthetics, which refers to the marine life meanwhile other times refer to primitive forms. Combined with sterling silver pearls and mineral stones like quartz are transformed into contemporary jewellery.