WHERE THE ALMOND TREES AND WIND MILLS ARE / 2016

Day by day, we let ourselves engaged in the rush of the modern life, polishing the cage we built and filling the void with the pursuit of material wealth. We have violently distanced from nature, from every natural and primordial antidepressant. We have emptied our insides of joy, forgetting that a life shouldn’t be constant busyness and rushing, but contemplation and creation, connection with people and time for nature. I have rediscovered all this in an isolated place from Catalunya, Where the almond trees and wind mills are, where time can be counted only by the sunrise or sunset, with “clefts in the rocks where I may hide and secret valleys in whose silence I may weep undisturbed”. By my latest collection, for which I have used some “souvenirs” of that place (wood parts, almonds, leafs), I wanted to share with you a small part of what this place means and bring it closer.
“Happiness ... not in another place but this place, not for another hour but this hour.”

— Walt Whitman
















Tell me where it hearts(hurts) the most - spring 2015

When we think about love relations the first symbolic image that comes to our mind is heart, because this body’s most important organ is the essence of your spiritual and emotional being. During a love relation, the heart gets different “shapes”: beats loudly when falling in love, leaps of joy, melts when sharing intimate moments but also can feel pain when being betrayed, or gets broken when you are rejected, and this is what the series of brooches called “Tell me where it hearts/hurts the most” wants to depict. As an extension, the other pieces reflect on the other parts of the body that are filled with emotions: feeling butterflies in your stomach, a thousand of needles that suffocate you or pain in your chest when you get hurt, and all these being a part of the most intense interaction that we call love relations.











Gold Rush 2014


autumn collection 2014















14612 minutes - spring 2014

How long does it take for the sunlight to reach the Earth?...8,32 minutes
How long does it take for the moon to orbit the Earth?...40320 minutes
How long does it take the Earth to rotate?...1436 minutes
How long does it take me to create a jewelry collection on Earth?...14612 minutes